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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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.J> BY AUTHORITY.- manner as other public- -- documents' :And'&aicourtshall ness or other disability of I the judges of tbeI< I may be proirioted to fill the vacancies create 'claim against the Unit States for o o account E(f': TBXEBHASB30S 7L2IDL4 i "l iiiiLT'- : '

prepare bill, ,orlills those ses district courts," sh'all be, Tand are hereby declared by the reserved: lut shall, while' unemployed, of the said or eie of TES UTILItY 0? 'CIAB-
to the two judical dis receive only 1he'*leaveibf fctrtiencV or wait debt also similar releases, : .. .
be applicable
THEljihTED which shaH have-received the favorable decision to ; t sid a e.- stcLtiLl&umo'. ,
OF STATES : .
LAWS State of Florida and the judges ing-orders" nay" to whici *Aey'would hav< fwd other : .' .
thereof, in such form as, enacted, will tricts of the Tex and" cerct 6 ''_ ._ : I.xvxaia
c&rrthe same into effect. And two or more thereof, so far forth as the same can be applied been entitled if s 'promotion had not beetVnaIe e debt shall depslt wt r. lt

ltloXLII.-An Act to establish a Cou cases be bracedin the same bill, wher: to said districts and judges ; arid that the ; but when employed at sea, or on oth the Treasury Deparmnt .- .

for the investigation of Claimo against the the separate may amount! proposed to be allowe designntion and appointment of either ot the : er duty, they shall receive, in addition to such) SEC. 4 An b Jt fur enacted, That) Tho 1cakmnitoti) ''of .&e Qteek and'Ro-

United' States in each case shall be less than one thousan said judges to hold the conrts in the district l leave- of-abaence" or waiting-orders" paj fore payment aorai te map I learning have cot been 16

Be it erracteibvtheSenate and House
Representatives of the United States of AmeJca with said reports the testimony in each case 'disability of such other judge, may b( or" leave-of-absence" pay and tile lowest sea by public advertisement, gve space of 'ancients, an4 tn Ctcd t'dt e thdr ft3o. *)*r ]'

in Go'ng'ress assembled, ,hat a court shall whether the same shall receive the favorable made either by the Chief Justice of the United service pay of the grade to which they may ninety days, of the time at whi6h said payment ochy.Yt, it seemed_to'bo.allowed]isg 3eral .

jbe established, to be called a court of claim, adverse action of said court t' States or by the circuit judge of an adjoining be so promoted: Provided, That this scrutiny will b made ; and no payment shall b that th'efstody.of the classics"was cooetsary .!

.I -o consist of three judges, to be appointed Ivthe or SEC. 8. And be -it further enacted, Tha circuit on such certificate as is requj'ed bj and reservation of officers shall extend onlj mae on any bond, crcat or evidence put of potto-edac\ion., ThJaJhowomr, .

President, by and.with the advice and coi said and the bills reported as afore the art aforesaid':' Provided, however,"That a to the grades' 'captain, commander, lieutenant which shall BOt thirty days before th< has of late been not only ooestiooeuj tdo'L

..tent of the Senate, and to hold their offices said reports shall, ir not finally acted upon during thesession written certificate of the judge of either of masters, and passed midshipmen: Ant time, be presented the Treasury Department :! nied; and it has been l&Id..thal ererytMng i.

,during good behavior; and the said court: of Congress to which the said report said districts, certifying that he is unable, fron provided further, That all vacancies occur wortlr releftte,'or.aDelia Utarttaremight '

shill pear and determine all claims found. ujon are made, be continued from session to session sickness or physical inability, to hold any reg ring in the grade of masters shall be filled bj SEC. 5. And be H further enacted, Tha be more easily transmhtad:hoth ia ar ftd ta ,

I anyilaw} of congress, or upon any >egul and from Congress to Congress, unti ular term, or adjourned extra term of the the promotion of the senior passed midshjp the sum of seven millions seven hundred and posterity, through tho channel of tho oodfrn }

,tion of any executive department, or upon any the same shall be finally acted upon, and the courts appointed id t :be holden .in'hii'district: men, to be entitled masters in the line of pro fifty ttoUsand doHars be, and the same js hereby tinguagosthanthrouithutoftheGr.ekandLatin.

:.contract; express or implied, with the Goverr consideration of said reports anrf bills shaU; and'requesfing the judge of the other district motion, who when promoted shall receive the appropriated out of any moneys in the On-thjs; snbiect several sjignt e&Ul*

meet of the United States, which may be sug I at the subsequent session of Congress, be resumed to hold the same, shall when filed in the clerk': pay allowed by law to masters ; thatth num '1 rury not otherwise for the have been written,'tne uthorsofwhI ie&b

Bested. to it by a petition filed therein ; and ai-!] at the said reports and bill be proceeded office of the place where such term of UK bcr of masters in the line of promotion filial pnrpose of carrying into apprpat to think that the human mind, note ert&iiat '

so all claims which may be referred to said with in the same manner as though finally court is to be holden, be} sufficient to authorize not exceed sixty, and that nothing in this act of this act. maturity, may safely be left to itseif'uci that

court by either House of Congress. It shall acted .upon at the session when pre the said judge of the other district to hold contdihdtl sHall be held-br construed to au-. SEC. 6. And be.it further eact Tat, thc classic anthprs, those reai ia troctdn. of
be the duty of the claimant in"all cases to set sented. .. said courts and shall confer upon him all the thoriie any.increase of the aggregate pky"ofthe thiiesal not take effect b former din, aro b & 'a.mbtaW

L forth a full statement of the claim, and of tbe Src.S. A.t nd be it further enacted, That tbe< powers"a'rid'privileges granted by the afore said grades, or of the naval serviette. 'at an act of the Lgsture' the more sprightly genius of.the prwent .' i

r. ; action thereon in Congress by any of the claims reported; upon adversely shall be placed said act to judges designated and appointed now allowed by law. ISec. the State of Texas, and a copy For who, it is said, that.ii an 'adept in. the ..

t Department, if such. CplD lias been had} ; the Calender when reported, and if.the by circuit judje; or tlie .Chief, Justice of the. 3. And bo it further enacted, .Thai said. State duly authenticated, deposited in the philosophy of Locke and Newton can hv .

specifying,.also, what person or persons and when ire decision upon of said court shall be confirmed ty United States in pursuance of the provibfons nothing m this act 'contained "sli.l be con. Treasury! Department at Washington, noi' any need of Aristotle What useful 'precept :I

\ r owners thereof or interested therein such, Congress, said decision shall be conclusiveand ; of said act.ApprovC'tl strued to restrict, apply to, or impair the regular unti the Legislature of the State of Texas I of the Socratic school;has been overlooked jiy
.'a upon"what' consideration! person or 2-4 1855. promotion officers in the service Jist of 1 l an act withdrawing and C
inter 'etL Each of tin! the said ourt shall not, at any subsequen: February pass abandoning modern moralists Knot: Geometry at Wy %
; person* became so the Navy who be at time entitled to all claims and 'dkrakndaT-against he United
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received of ; period, consider said claims unless snch reasons may any and as fully,displayed rajta modern tbnguea '
shall!
i .uidjudges a compensation shall be presented to said court as,by the.. PUBLIC, XLVI.-An Act making Appropriations promotion, consequent upon deathsdismissals,, States, growing out oftndiaif depredation's. oi as'in' th&W1knOwn.&a} n.des, A-
thousand dollars '
four annum, payabL -
per the Unite rules of common law or chancery in suit for the payment of Invalid and other or resignations! in the naval service, nor in otherwise. s'v I pollonius and Euclid t, Why bave'regouao :
of
: quarterly, from the Treasury the between individuals, would furnish sufficient Pensions of the United State for the year any manner to abridge or impair the right oldie ApPROVED, February 28, 1855. Demosthenes andwCIcero;fir ''tzimplea in an

States Constitution, and shall.take of the United an oath States to support and dU ground far granting a new trial. ending tho thirtieth of June, one thousand Secretary of the Navy to place any offi- t. art, which MassilloTi, Boardalooe; aisdf-tbw a

SE.10. And be it further enacted, Thaiit eight hundred and fifty-six, and for other I cers upon furlough. PUBLIC, LAn Act to confirm the Canal] French academicians (to"say nothing of.the j
charge faithfully the duties of the office. shall be'the duty ofthe Speaker of the House purposes.Be I SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That Selections in the State of Ohio. orators of this and.other countries,) lurre carried '

Sea 2. And the e.it further ,enacted, That a of Representatives, within a reasonable' time it enacted .by.the Senate and House (1(1 nothing this act shall be so construed'as to Be it enacted by the Senate and House ol to perfection! Are; we cotUaghtby

solicitor for United States, to shall represent be after the passage fof"thi! act to appropriatesuch Representatives, ofthe United States of Amer- increase the'aggregate number officers, and Representatives of the United States of Amer. Voltaire and his editors,. who, though "so Ignorant ; .
said
,the Government before court, appointed rooms in the Capitol Washington, for ica in Congress assembled, That the followingsums that all laws, or clauses of laws, so far as ica in Congress assembled, That the selections of Greek, ate well readF'ra '.M da1n
and with ad-
and by eonsenfof the President the,Senate.by It shall the bc the use of said court, as may be necessary for be, and the the same are hereby, appro- they conflict with the provisions of this act,, of land by the State of Ohio for caa Dueler's translations, that Tasio -Is kttetter
vice
all their accommodation, unless it shall appear to priated, out of any money in the Treasury not arc hereby repealed. purposes under the act of second poet than Homjsr;vaad .tJad *:'.sixtii' and '.
said solicitor
'.:.tie duty of the to prepare ca- the Speaker that such rooms'cannot be appropriated otherwise appropriated, for the payment of ApPROVED, :February 28, 1855.PCBLIC eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, and seventhcantos'of fienriad&are alone aura .

..'MS .on the part of Gbverhnieut: the for hearing' without interfering with the business pensions for the-year ending" the thirtieth of twenty fourth May, eighteen hundre and -valuable than the.\hotelHadt- ,Whit dramaticpootofanliquityiatobocompared -

before said court, and to argue samewnen.prepared be 1 taken; of Congress ; and in that event the said court June, one thousand eight hundred'and fifty- XLVIII.-An act making an Appropriation twenty-eight. be, and .the same ar. hereby, with ;
: to, cause testimony to ..' .
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of the shall! procure, at the city Washington, such six! for Military Defenses at Proctor's onm d. : ( t. the immortal Shakepeare t What satirist 1thPopewhetoaUthofireande1mtionoJnv.
the interest
.United when necessary States to to secure forms, file ioterro.gatorics rooms as may be necessary for the convenient -: For _invalid pensions, under various acts, .L'aifding''jii: L tlana."... ". .I. ., Approved'.-. ..I.,"i.March '2,1855.', J-Hit''
; prepare of testimony I tra saetion'of their business. five thousand and fourteen thousand six hundred Be it enacted by the Senate and Heus; of > i ntljoin*the wit.thntasto and sefiteniloos morality .
and the taking -
superinted said court, SEC. 1 1."And be if further enacted, That I dollars. Representatives of the United States of America PUBLIC, LI-An Act extending i cern of Horace :Asto* rfcicinn : u there ia

and in the manner to render prescribed such services as may said court shall have power' t
be generally of him, from time to time, in the af f the Departments for any information or papers I acts of1 the fourth of July, one thousand one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollarsbe act to extend Preemption"Rights t Longinus, anything that is not more j''phUo'do- .

required of the duties of this'office. Said! solicitor it may deem necessary, and have the use eight hundred and thirty-six, and twentyfirstof and the same is hereby, appropriated out Land therein mentioned, approved Ma phically explained, and'1 IllUstrated by ,.

discharge shall be to faithful discharge of 3f all recorded and printed reports made by July] one thousand' Ight hundred and forty- of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise third, eighteen hundred Mid. fifty( ,thre. examples In the writings' DaeievRoify
sworn each House when thousand one hundred and be under the direction Be it enacted by the k-nate of
he: committees of deemed eight, seventy-eight appropriated, to expended atd.'Hos FeneIbnDrydeoAdiaonErnes4padMyrot .
his office in the prescribed
the duties of manner
of the in the to: be necessary in the prosecution of the duties fifty dollars. of the Secretary of War, in the pur- Representatives of the United States of America And then, how debasing to an ingeaioormind 9
for-
the j judges
first section qualification of this act; and he shall receive. a assigned. by this act. Said court shall appoint For pensions under special acts of Congress chase of a site, and the erection feud completion in Congress assembled, That the right of is the drudgery and discipline of\oar publio :

of three thousand five hundred i a clerk-wh6se salary shall: be two thou- nine thousand seven hundred and fifty. of such military. defenses,as may bd deem preemption granted by the act of third March, schools! lliat the best days.of youth shoaM
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compensation dollars 'and assistant leik' dollars: r ed t Pro tor' at the terminus eighteen and flftyreepntitd An embittered the .
dollars annum for his service, to'be paid sand per annum, an <; expedient Landing, handr be by confinement mtfvt
per whose shall be fifteen Fot to widows, under act of the of the Mextcari Gulf in the tb exend certain the t
from the Treasury of the United: if deemed necessary, salary pensions railway, At pepna"rtht4't gloom of solitudp, or u dpr scourge of tyranny
t quarterly. : hundred dollars, and a messenger, whose seventeenth of June,. one, thousand eight! hundred State of Louisiana. lands therein & ad the ; and; all for,no purpose/* bat ttaft the p..

btates.Sxc.. 3. And be J it further enacted, That the alary shall shall be eight hundred dollars per and forty-four, second of February and Approved, February .28, 1855.PUBLIC same is hereby,'extendep so that the settler, memory may be loaded with the word of two ,

,;. said court shall have authority to establish annum, to be paid quarterly at the Treasury.Fhe twenty-ninth July, one thousand eight hundred t' or occupant on.'eJI' 8n Rouge grant and languages that have been dead upwards, of a j
.
$ rules and regulations for its government; to said clerks shall be under the direction of i and forty eight, three hundred and thirty. XLIX.-An Act to provide for the the De Bastrop"grant, entitled the benoSts thousand years:is it not an.abgurdity too ,
laid court in ot their duties and eight thousand dollars. of said act, shall b entitled to enter; at the to admit efeiaggenitionf To.
commissioners to take testimony be performance Payment of such Creditors of the late Re- gross see a
u ed in the investigation of claims that may for misconduct or incapacity may be removedrom For pensions and half-pay to widows and pnblic of Tex.Hi'as aVe co'mprehended in minimum price; every quar-qa subdivision youth of spirit hanging over a musty folio,bis

come before it; to prescribe the fees they shall.receive office by it; but, when so removed, said orphans, under act of the third of February, the act of Congress of September nine, on which : cheek pale with watching, his brow farrowed I

.. for their services ; and to i issue commissions board shall make report thereof, with the one thousand eight hundred and fifty.three, eighteen hundred and fifty. Provided, however, Tnafwhere any part of with untimely,wrinkles, ills health gone, and

for the taking of such testimony! ause of such removal, to Congress, if in ses- I four hundred and fifty-six thousand dollars. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of the improvements of two or more settlers or every power ef his.soul enervated with anxievty ti

whether tho same shall be taken at the instance ion, at'the ne:.t session Congress, Said SEC. 2. And b6 it further enacted, That Representatives of the United States of America occupants is on the same qa&-uarr sec ; and stupified wkhi poring.-upon triflea.Whatblo9db .-

of the climant or of the United States, Jerk and assistant clerk shall take an oath any moneys appropriated by the act x>f',..Uur in Connress 'assembled, That in lieu of tion,'thg faame'shall be etere in their joint ; 'mttwfth, ) <, iDdigation :what ,e
for the faithful discharge of their duties : Provided ty-first May, eighteen hundred and fifty 'four. name / hdj.zieir rights be proportionate heart mejt dot wili sorrow And then the
and also to i issue subpenas to require the attendance the sum of five millions of dollars, payable'tothe .
That the heull of shall to supply] deficiencies for the fiscal ending w the extent and value of their improvements Gst broken Jobse from his briit- t '
'of witnesses in order to be examined no Department year State of Texas in five per cent stock of pcdint, ce U
before such commissioners; which subpenasshall answer sLy call for information or papers. if the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred the United Sates, by the act entitled An thereon. lingf Wbover with Greek,and puffed with pride, I

have the same force as if issued from a in his opinion, it would be injurious to the pub- and fifty four, applicable to the payment of act proposing'to the State of Texas the'establishment Approved, March 2, 1855.. ta BbReau says; his head so roll of words : ;
and lic interest pensions invalids who were wounded onboard that no room is left for ideas; Lk ccompliahmenta t e
district court of the United States, compliance of her northern and western bO b-
24 1855. : of private-armed vessels during the last Public, LII.-An ActtuamenT ..the act approved so highly prized by himself, as to'be iD. '
therewith shall be compelled wider Approved bluarj lanes, the relinquishmcnt by the .}i(1 State of sixth hunded and
and orders the herebere war with Great Britain. not required under claimed her fexteriof said twenty August, eighteen tolerable to others, ignorant.ofthe history ,
such rules as court ill territory by to
reduce and
PUBLIC XL-Ill. An Act the the provisions thereof, may be applied to thesame fifty two, entitled An act to and untouched with the interests of hk native '
ated shall establish. When testimony is taken concerning Apprehension Boundaries, and of all her claims upon the define the Boundaries of the Miliary Reserve
and of Deserters from purpose for the year ending the thirtiethof country; what an useless what an odious an :
Delivery
for the climant, tlie fees of the commisSioner Uhited'States, and to establish '"a 'territorial Peter's river in the 'r.o-it of : d
before whom it is taken, and the cost foreign vessels in the Ports of the United Juneefghto'en hundred and fifty-five. government for New Mexico'p' ssed Sep- at Saint ry' imalVho! will say that education fa on a
States. I SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That ; Minnesota and for other pdpoaes. right footing, while:: ha tendency is to create '
the commission and notice shall be ember ninth hundred and
of paid
by : eighteen fifty;the Be it enacted the Senate and' House of
by :
when taken dieinstance Be if enacted the Senate and House of the \vidows of the officers, non-commissioned uchamoneteryeparnaIistenandbe'wir';
such-claimant; and by ssuing of which stock was restricted by'theirst :
the United States of Amer- 1
of the Government such fees together with Representatives of the United States of America officers, marines, or mariners, who served in proviso to the fifth proposition contained Representatives of ] Would you have your children..healthy, and t.

all postage incurred by the solicitor aforesaid in Congress assembled, That the commissioners the[ Navy of the United State! during be revolutionary in the first section''of said act the Secretaryf cain Congress assembled,. Thaf the act hundred approved polite and :en alt 'Let their early youth I
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iu his bffical capacity, shall be paid out of the who now are, or hereafter may beapoirited war, and who were married since the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized 'twenty-sixth" August reduceand:eighteen define the : be employed in genteel exercises; the theatre,
'contingent fund provided for said court. In > 'by the circuit courts'' !f the United' the: first day of January, eighteen hundred, and directed to pay to the creditors of : and fiftyrtwo, to tho clabroom and-'tbe .ardtablam rtfinn 1
take of the'bail shall be entitled to pensions in the same man- boundaries of the military reserve at SaintPeter' their taste, instruct them in pnbEc affiairs, and 4'
ill cases, when it can be conveniently done, states; to acknowlfdgments he late Republic of. Texas, who' hold such '
the testimony shall be taken in the county and f other. purposes, 'may and shall exercise ler and to the some extent as the widows of xriids, or other evidences of debt for which river, in the Territory t of Minnesota produce habits of attention and contrivance, !1,
'officers and soldiers l of the of the ihall be, and the:settle hereby, amended, so kftd the modern authors wilt make them ,
conferred : army' men
all the court
where the deponent resides and the commissioner powers on any he revenues of that Republic were pledged, to"be sold
lands"authorized at
oth the [levblution1, Under ths second section of'the hat the public of art and sprightly conversation, and give a
is authorizedand magistrate, by act within'the
taking the same hereby udge, or approve as were reported to be provisions that shall be to the
sale act subject
required to_administer an oath or affirmation ed: the second.day of March, one thousand act February third, eighteen hundred' .and. o>rthe said act of September the ninth; -eigheen ttiohBlbf by the laws regulating the sale and opcr-diskTsUio ertain: jt n iaii- qaroi.of elegance to their

to the witnesses brought before him for tight hun ea!,Id twenty-nine, entitled An ifty-three. hundred aud fifty, by the report of the the lands Provided however vhole behavior:but as for Greek and t.dW, 1
of public : ,
e to for apprehension and delivery Approved. February 28, 1855.L8LCXLVII.Afl n he study-of Erasmus Gronoviot Scaliger.jrotius (
examination.Sic. act provide late Secretary of the Treasury to the President where of said lands claim.
That are
: 4. And be it further enacted, That in of f deserters from certain foreign vessels.in of the United States, and approved by any under settlement and cultivation and Burman, the accomplishment* oT
of the United States. Act to promote. the id by preemption, Dutch comraontators and Jesuits ; Heavens I 4
,
the
shall the the thirteenth of
all casses where it appear to court ports hinon day September eigh' made the of this act,
that the facts set forth iu the petition of' the February &4, 1855. Efficiency; of the Navy.: een hundred and fifty-one, or which" come pt'lorto passage vhat has a maD fashing, .free bora-Anjon- ]
Approved, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of proof and payment shall be made-within n three can,to do witb it.... ." rr ..... .. '
daniintclo not furnish ground for releif within 'provtsions of said act according
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any of the United States of Amer- months after its passage ; and' whew any of Most of the fisconraes I have irI1
heard
1 it shall;riot be the duty of the ieotrt to author- 'CBLIC, XLIV.-An Act to establish an additional'Lahd Representatives tJle' opinion upon the Texas compact of the aid lands come within! the provisions' of the 'or read
in Vase leIS in Congress assembled, That as soon as United States on this side. of the question were in similar
the General of the
he the taking of any testimony District. the State of Wis presel1t Attorney hteen* hundred
of e
iractirabla after tlin nf this + the act twenty-third' May ,
until the same shall have been reported them con sin. 1"rt ruuuuure- -- WUI7 '*i.Wy -- addressed to the Secretary of tho Treasury,, and forty-four, for the rtdierbf] the citizens ol, Btyl6 of vague declamation, seasoned, "1th f
of the United States
President shall encomiums
a the
to Congress as is hereinafter provided: !:Provided Be it enacted by the Senate and House of cause under date of September .twent--smf"eih- towns the lands of the United Statet high on. ability and eleganee.
board of naval pfficers to be assembled tc upon of the modern and
11 however, That If Congress shall, in Representatives at the United States of America 'teen hundred and fifty-three, the sum of seven under certain circumstances, such proof and languages IHeratttre,and on
consist of five five commanders and the late discoveries
such C/.C to com/inn/ the opinion of said' in Congres assembled, That all that part captains, millions seven hundred and fifty thousand shall also be made within three in physiology forwiuch L

r board;they hall proceed to take the test imo- of the present Willow river land district,in the five lieutenants, which board,under such regulations dollars, to be apportioned among the said months payment after the of this act; and we cannot' bo said-to be indeed) to any of
the of the
as Secretary Navy ? passage the of Greece- Rome. .
may Sages And. how I
That the intereston
Provided
the line dividing holders rata
State of Wisconsin n.rth of :
Dy.tn.lDChuae. lying pro
in either if the entries not made
are
case,
shall make careful examinationinto '
Src:..5u JLnd be it further enacted, That in townships forty and. forty-ohe. (or prescribe the of the a officers of the grades the debt embraced in this act shall be determined within that time, the claim ihftH' "forfeited;:, easyait'1ox1iinou'a troth with t pScJ1! l

Asking testimony to be used in support of any fourth correction tine;) be, and the same is efficiency mentioned and shall the by the existing laws of the State of Provided further-That* Jrhdre1 iWo 'or"more bleding some your errors, by giving
r' hereinafter report to .. to the latter the air harmless'amplification
ciaai said shall be land district 'to be called Teas ,
before court, created ,
opportunity a
i ereby, seW u"pofi'tha same legal subdivision <
.t girt* tt &Ui ted States'to'file interrogatories the Fond da Lac district; the office for which Secretary; of tliB Nav.the names and radk of SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That In persons are shall be permitted to enter it joint and by descanting the abase of study, as
all officers of tho aid grades wh'o( ill the they if its natural
by to examine -"witnessfcaj located at such 1herein the'resident all where the State of Texas may have they were eocsequtnces, you
or attorney un. hall be plc as cases of each to be in proportion tothe
of said board shall be ly-the right
der WIChY1511Ofl1 a3T5aid"court shall ''pre.' P day, from time to time, direct. judgement ine3pAbloofperformin'g paid any portion of the debt described in this may compose a Tery plausible harangue; such !
his
.e.ribe and fike opportunity Ehajl be affi red SEC.: 2. And 'be it further enacted, That promptly and efficiently .all their act,the said Secretary shall refund to theproper extent of And. be improvements.it further enacted That as could not be fully answered without great .

"J-I1tA: .IwI- \ ia cases where testimony.u there shall be the President, by duty both ashore -and afloat, and whenever officer of said State the amount actually &c..2. er waste of time and patience than the chaou-
appointed by Gear shall and he is bore-
United said board. shall believe that said incompcten- theJRey. E.'G. ;be/ pion ')f autiqui.y; .would t tbiDk .k.wcn.h
M ,;ken.o,:.bahalf of.the, States, under!like and with the advice ahdco"nsentcfJhe Senate so paid by the State upon the presentation '. authoried "'enter rots numbers 'one and, : lila
I Ic.6 has arisen from cause implying sufficient by, while to bestow. And doetrue
any
cy yoor bep- i:
f CL. 01- a and a receiver for said district, who at the Treasury Department of the evidences
register the northeast
half of
Ai 4 beat further enacted TbJit blame on the part of the officer to justify two and the west quarter pens to flatter the prejudices, the vanity or he
6 .Ll : > ,. if half respectively, be required to reside at the of said debt, on which the said State in
it they shall recommend that his name I of section four, township twenty-eight indolence of the be
,.. ahall knowingly and wiuiu1llyr1iely1lefpre have made Provided. The .age, you will regarded'by
such t
-.r\l.perrpA. .ite of.thu office, be subject to the same laws, may pay men : west of tho fourth
north twenty-four ,
from the rolls. Vacan- ofraoge
be stricken altogether ; fine writer of liberal
said.court some as a priodplee and
.j or befureanycomrjanedby nd entitled to the same compensation as is, .:" ".....n. ;" ..,cJ hnarH_. shall. Kn fillerv! said um shall not exceed the 'proportionwhich principal meridian thor Minneapolis district '* "-' '''
& them .or :; v VU.IL i5 I -- --- U"J allowed the creditor a manly spirit f ,1'
J 01' m hereafter be. nrescribed bv.law in relation"to would'-faave been to
'-:. if d act,to.take .testimony ];in a : other- --'* -.fi-------'pffiees of-/'the.- United- :;; the. Secretary of the'"Navy, :who ,shall preserve or creditors, if such payment on said evidences at one dollar and twenty-five' .' Treats;per It is bowerer, tbOhtbymywbo m'toy u. ,.

''ea tpev&8g;Wore said, court at thee of States. the number and grades of. its officers,I of debt had not been made by the acre. opinion are theixzcat 'ifoiapeteTit''jradgeetKat

"'t ''.aidsLpr itiacie.thereafter to'be SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, Thai as i.toresaid:,Provided. That po officers upon State of Texas; and where the said sum that Approved.. ., March 2, 1855. an early acquaintance with the c..ice I fa the

,;f &j..h P f*#tioiaL such. person Kshal| bed the,sales shall continue at. the, Willow river said board shall examine into, or report upon may be refunded to"the" State of Texas by IXTBRXSTDTG ntox CUBA. Tbe W&JhiDg. only foondation of good.leiroiaff( and that it 4, ,

1l1Yj .1l :911: convictionthereof !district till the land officers for that district are the efficiency of'o .-of a grade above 1$trprovJ3Joii3 of this fcoctiori is,.leas than the I I f ." jt incumbent on.sJl w dtrtct!_ ;$ a4i5of
thcu' teen 'all wed1!ton Union has a letter from Havana, giving youthto. hay<,t a-grt, object eoQtiao. ]
Basil be % ameitpotV.opoa ; n tifid that the officers f i'tfie district'createdbjr proportion which would'"have ly J
1t1" u4 .t: subjected'chi4 now re+ .r tbif act#e pAparedto'enler' "their.doties' 1 SBC. 2. And 'be it further enacted, That I under this act to the holders of such 'evidences the Version oC.Lumriaga'c.peeeh ia the Cor bfOreth3zmijof tho most serious

b 4a4'J A$3Fce4or vill.fI&d ;'and all cases hereafter, the-ealaries. of all officers' who!'shall be found; by the said I of debt, had such payment not been made .tea, as it wa regeived. It says: concern ;r i'ora that tood' taste m- l liiert re is

-' i ,land officers.tshall .c meiee in1yJmm the board incapable of performing the duties of them, such holders shojl be entitled to receive The ,version'Qf the speech as sent to Cubarepresents rrientU1"both 1JG.bl. pdor
41c:- B& i:7..bA 'tfi.* .. 'I,1'hat time they .enter oa; tEe.<%blrg.hqf"t. th irresp 'offices' ranks !or' grades shallif difference. between said sum and thVpro ; the Minister as saying( ,": 'with-. eobrs tends-'. rcmbU taJb.feeoesiderable :
: t
'
o thew.ro4eefL3i 41 'I such finding Tbd"approved by tho-1rident. would have received under this out Invading tthe'rights! established prop degree flw-'glory of*' T tioa,,4wf till a.th.'ancie. .
lWl Ate9t d ut.ies. portion they
; I ,t.J.'S.. ... ., t 1P 0 ( tie'drooped from the r l1a'or' placed, in the ,erty wiihouf relfhsuMr1 to eompeaiattt by suitable tl'are ancue.. '1md tood.i 1h.
1i I 1hIIJ. W OtCIbmot4iuiti.g h fI9 1855 act if no payment had been made them ; and
AnnrsyM .
;
.F
u.-n .*I : c.e'i9 ': "f1'.T .e.-. ,'. i*, rl r;: order'of their rank and.seniority, at the ,lime, anyoriginal'"certificates or other evi- indemnity- nia4'p rrnment:was prineiplee i i '!'spirit' 4 tojind 'edI;ldon

;fc(.e tM (C 4t PiiU '};V4LA'AfcffeprdtHe hold, upon a'list in tho Navy" Register to:be lentireserved dances of debt um been surrendered to theauthority finally deckiedVUvjmt ena to a ,barbarotniostitntioQ will.tV.fo: lt tdfioorWi.or: a1) I

> 11M t. .' c 'd for L'. ilea-th "I' Eat, 'and thope so placed'tece .of the.State of Texas-and MW.certificates -. ,' Since speech.abool: abofitionoftbwr hallthertTfore'st l ,V 44-' Heflyotm 'U icsiTh1e J .
q ; 1 ;
Jt \hM".u SCI12I''O J 'l tIIV'jD
:3_ 1lHCIU' 'QI\1i etyedl&t, shall the'"ef. issued therefor by-said.State of Tex aadtfo IW' ;th2 ecb "
1i4&q :
DoBQrid11tLCLs.oftb
fa which-thyad14j. jem aDd' .. D' '> !', '01, fuflongh| pay; io'vrbicjithey. such new shall be-.: received, troop were t&'k teat fcoia Spaing hate beenf I me,to acc : with their ckcr4ibility oC e ber.- -of the m y'b6 et1tIedyb so r placed l, Jaccor- of erc of the a received at Havana the nwly 'raiwd ohm* ritw fo otrjk If J :can,' certain: prera ets.

, .1- =&D..1 'otnmof in e', ,Juef<>f tb-oie.ZHttrjcts.1neSehila. .: : 'dIng'the'reporf'-bf!'bOdnd ,spprBvil' evece. t oo..ao.)< '.' te Ware; in high spirits, and gravely, .threaten .( ntiftbsey ,, KaVe V lite

. c Ai r 'wh ma ; .uJb II BStaed si'dHoaso oftthItai .I of the President, arid'shall'be uttdurfble to'fur1tWprofibtfofi ? Stc. a Audbe.Itfu11ier.enctad, That DOpaymettt to go to New Orleans and destroy the,Beit ofpiratesinthattit3'r __. ( .:".**' *8 U in
m ei & UnttfA States of Amer.of 1 1ea .
( "
i iSderf .
'- I ) : ; bdt'rshaIr'b ttAjfect'td' the V f I kttope. 'i : t I
.sh.crlnIoortbamaj sizfl shall be made,uader this act
:: o.. .. C 'mbIedTat 4Itb 'pi&riti fth tiifi j:Depirtmeptitr:; tit*timei'fordnty ? holder of saidleearitk t any r* ;.l..64. '"JT. *. i i i "** ;1.'he' objeetloii* tD ..:.' cOau. Jt

.- A.t..L'L'we delA' l the, id"IddJ ,toft'fttt,of;Congress .Approved\ ;i andyacaifS f'treatedin: ''thtP'ictive'seivice nnleskthft' said *; o el. o.b Some of the French aoldieri'reewtly.nytdeB made ttrthe yothj4o'.iaj. 6ntk+. u

"-W' fS fm1t\"t1, ".tWI ; t,WMtw..t1.:'.: of July, igiiteflujidrocijitt list by'blacinjff'bfficeri t !'dntbe'rwetrea j United SWe* a-recf hol for.the said,payment) 1'
the being'm.adet.a&er'B j, OtUIe3'il.'An, act.ib; provide l fdf' l old&i'cowtl m j l bl&bj IAtt' _Ozt lt1b! which'saidholderjBlaillwcwr, weaw'' all t uptkb ; S st" f '. tI aW. *st t &ftVjy. "*i&i.,f U.
ia .
: .
.. ,
J.
thVltnttM & t' in'feasTofflck' ) t : And "Wlio r .:. '; .
rank
of f C "crflfl, hall be printed in the '& D'tJ j .. order'of orfenlofrty$ ; -' ..,. "

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-Mice? the fetadent to erapJcy much t1e it j jut; ;' whatever! "llbc tdes.ol'! November Two HoTir| Tnice Sebaitopol z.Senator: ; 'Wilson of.M. sachnsetts.The ;.i'r isiji &sff f s

(' : : of words :secondly, tht vhen'' telL The day nthe bloody combat of the 22
tin* acquired them languages, ho doc! | nflt 1 $'X1q 23d, alBeadfedet4J ?d*> order, twd c1swhene ea\n\ [qitnth. The tnurckrer ha fled from fnat*
find thrt liis toil :thirdly, that tt F l-lJa *fr ti"1 iS /\ ? '' IS;;' 1 j 'rfm iKosf Notlringi # the Suwannee irt this
they repay I' tg ie boj remLksA iGdrgui hours trucecwuagrea floa for ;ftc burial Of"quickly : .r4o i44rng a grei paraq o! w4 irossirg place rd

,.tUJii4 rnemnfter-tlic 1)1 n classical gerrius school, and have con eqnertfiV'to a tend'nfcjj'in ,. c4ie : ?v $ s4conPh; thG(1CaJ. tlcie%* ; ) spre fjfo>vfegjjfr5: frtmi. *' Botton "* rgrwfjj i&pnr Virginia cxch.ingeur th ; Attiring, for St. Marks a*IK? pa.wed. Ue r 4 $
; SMF"v*?) ? 7pl 1 ** S
%;T.kn rather than improve, the human n ind : i| incuts'to one otter} sons. 'Anil though long: through Uie"camps, the races which' They (quo it "to hovtbaii ln has *-denounced COflV1I) ** Unmll man much given to drir.klnff, and f *

an J, lastly that the classic authors contain opposed to 3111: Stephens, pnlitcaSy, ..andI ; the Chasseurs d'Afiiqae had gotten up in fine the American order as pro-slavery that KnoV" Nothingim is butanothcr phase great horse swapper. He u now OQ

CT'f tfesCTnBornv nrid- "docHne lhsf may I though we believe that by defeating the Chyton i iTCcp.ipromise 1.style, were suspended, and! there was a general in its tendencies in terms not less bitter than of whiggervv lliejftters we r.e.Cer io-aranot Bi4eflf.tho.- .rjver and-_| wijtc--_ *- Cl

r dnc2.tkfrund iuflaow' the piss- -"t-: oiw, he did the South an injury which rush to tho,1tpwfreutrprgrpnnd-on; >'whtch, thoserwith whifth ho Ixaa heretofore stigmatised written over anonymous signatures-they bear can give notice! of)it. 5--- -iT !

an-
I vet part! +( the -objoctloru- spent in her service, can repair; yet we find : ly. The'day was beautifully. ,bright and warm. Gen. Wilson gave the closing lecture of known to be responsible in their respective prospect oftheRailroad.r1d

.- -, P no gratiiicatio-i in contemplating hu with- White flags 5 waved?' f gently f in, the> *ir'"f"Ciint *pungbreezefnrjovrthe | the imtr.$laTery coia-.ylast cveiriog at the sections. We append only t>' o hich we find (im te ojecopitiy

em'rgeneyifrocn. pub. battcriw.'nnd from the Hoond Temple. lie explaiued'for hfmself the position ,in the Richmond. Enquirer.. ,of.. ,the.., 20th. ,AVnat4 easy mater to cons
To; that lieTKad f j** ** -v---** < w -i -j -j r -i 1 _
,. j lie 1ii ,. We shall heed in the net Congress Tower and Mamelon..Not a soul had been visible fnr-tweiity.yfrarid irTj-egard slavery called all occupied to 13 true of Virginia is true of Florida, and other nothing in cornpanton to 2 ? -

snch talents nnd Vuch heroism he upon oppose States wh.ero, the dark lantern party has kind at thie Norotr -1 nope that aQtheState
,
j-it jnt ns in front of the lines an instant before the any party'-that snould-try to smother antishtvery -

!j possesses.More than fiu?: he is bbnnrt up etr.bjems of peace were run, up to the flagftafls. sentimentIlo assumed that this a fbot'hold. The lodges, in the language of i will* 1.4 be IV succetwful J ," 4 ini 1 .

.now Li no such political connections as will be The instant the flags were hoisted, friend course had been the death
;* rALLAI1tSE likely to tompt him even to Fwerve from the and foe swarmed out of tbembrasures.. The parties$ and must U'-of.the other party now Knmfr-Nothing Whigs, and swayed entirely .5 ; p
thi, perilous
Forming. He said party was to -
.
I hae bf to his State and stfetiou. He is by them. Democrats are inveigled into the S. -S
--' : ttIria)1May:12U55.: duty j i riflemen of the allies ami of the enemy rose the anti-slavery pontiinent and called upon.the May-Day In MutIcfl .

c .. -- d I Ir in Uiat rosltipn! of independence"in'wlieh the TioriJ'iht'ir: laJs: in the rifle jiit3, and pauntercd | nti-slavery! party to kill off": the'American ecret cpn lave, by deception! i$ t.O the objects M*. EDITOR ?
the
t-r-Knowing
a : (14413s |> .quri. cf li llr .f orf reprcsciltntive is least likelv to b seduced toward each-other to behold their baridte dotigl.fhcr/:i they had 'the others.In .- of the association. Whc.n tljey are intettit
isL ii3etiiJ, PIIfijtV cct, -r *ac i >|.Un- i < ** 'j jrum? ; i take in alt that concerns die k
r.2P -. .j -' from tie path We :o th'ilangii.nge of the Sonth-Snie Drtnorrat, sworn in they are used by the leaders, .who-.
pfreetiiude.
u.y. acknowledge : k. The v,) ul of tlio space bttwecu; thi !
j jItcKsiun of
c; "j/"" Annpanceme'hi "of corvil J tes ?I, to b* proa that we are surprised to find- ourselves urinjj lire w.d thj( MOgo woiks was ?ilit dtwi'.h n paity nhbt; reduced logre.it etraits, which ',i are brown! -down \Vhg. !; politicians. Iftlicv 'nntoghcyoa ot May-tay an tie ontlyie: 'Lawe-s tleeJeT iio,,
:) e. i1 *dvaree. Ly Young of Ltctll
: such language as thi*. Some 'perhan* w ill! .. irro? : un.iTiued Koldiery.'Th can derive coisolation from such aparagrtiphas dc-ii.e to withdraw1., they are denied letters of
.tt -L; --- -- ;js <> Academy. Thi cxctlient
6nthe&3 the of 1 charge to opposition to the ordf-r '"which; i iI ii i-, M rl.fvn < Vtririjrtb..- yrtid! d! pjij-.tion.! .lliat. Whvt} : is Wilson's! declaration I- j dismission! ,. and when Dojiioerats and they
/4 : to-day, "pal-licr.tion, j mouq-rot only for its uaeftlrfrsdv': ,
-. of i I! roported to have: c'otoni.iil; on tl.i? gentle rrc !!c-b. h'nli-i, ntnl! Hi'---fi.-in Oftf! ov.vcrr: Why, thitht'.l:. iii Kr.ow-N'othingv who are e.iiinot get out any other way, they go out ns j p
aeries-of the
'q a essays on .utility etay.cfthec1.kRfiom I Concerts r.rjd M/ry cclcb-.tticn? Jd
man's eVfc.v: .. It"so, thty are n.i jir-ken.: Op- ;tL'i.tt j.r e a Ii .ot1s'r n th? sli;,ht'vt$ '?"gref t; irod{ with 1i'.o.ct.-i.y fir-omen ; that r>, uijh'nut pe-f frisson from the ,
the accora ,lithed i iDr. pen f i .13 tiifv. cf"l. :iul ocea>iorjally'i-ntering i.'il" i in I O'c.i.'Ton.one. of t:>e bricjt!! ti&irk of:tUaud.
j pOMod to the Know Actit'gs; cur readers well! pa j-trJirnci: s must !1e: "KIM.KH: orr." GeneralViUoii big bogs of tho 1C now-Nothing: ?. Lt Cernocr..tfi *
JCMCS, Principal of tho City thn nniy..Ji. j -'- '. -:;jiI: constant1 intcvi'hit're:; .: of I IUhtc / At 8 o'clcclf'Jo! ; thie 5d. for th
. Several of which 'Kavo'ccrrtafore-appeared t in'jjmnt know us; to be,'hut th'nt'npr-OMtion !bnro rir<* ; nti'it'5.; ijuchn cti'iir % iiilroreivii'g ci- \ its s HI n }tinifrf the order, tiiul t tl.i : who have: in.t i bad tht-ir eyes fuljy opened con4rnen(: iier.t ofjhe ccrerz.czk. about %

n1t, elsewhere. Altheugh! papers nf their I, tod :!: ; thst we Lave r.-icj i ii nj hil of lr. fza..llt! IT.IS gfing on ii: fch: lilllo gro ip. gives the- ks.y to the whole pamgrajih. If he to the true characior; and obie-cts oldie drk i Young I.fteiie drcfcecd in ipotIe. ?, 0

;:ohirACter: not ircucrallv attractive tc> the j utophcn?. V.re vcjijL.lj! -yy UKU .}ljo ; : Siu* ''-f ti.fl!: Ilii i'Vi >(liriT3 won- ". ]' 'f 1ntt, l procliii "l l.iUOf! oppo e(l to Knowi [ lantern Order, rtad the- litters Iclow ; they ?, -
: axa. i j! of 1 irh r..ik pi.I! !hn-i'J'r.'z. 'i !. '! ; ccrdtd from the rei-idtcce ofkc1r' lttrc.te .
think will, befaand'to !i iun133 two year? .ire \\Iiijos-sthe renaxval of tii; : tru-M { : hei.1 1 :: < \ :- thc-iv iiht,: bo bornu sigriifieanco VJy! e'hrl'ise! the political color of K'no V'Ncth.' |
ofiteaJeiTj-y t JJCSQ r/e j jj .
1 1LI
tt i illiiie.ituitcd
) : 1et:1: w i : ly tiight torclies
'
'j i C ; .. >enN'ortIinjftiihKiH.nandSi'! : ; t'i i iii 1114 -t tions, bt eat Crt on tuauthority.iAt i-'fr' ; f r.:'Vf-s ever.vv. here. I; many
be. I1.rt' is fresh-1
-exception. a iiiu itiJ clotliinjr.
1 : ratror fonro They won \ borne or. hurh by the aluc.i cf 31r. Donz.hi'
; ; ness about them not usually 11)E'tWI' in fjinjilar j cin-we bad nmo'' Fli-eri.cener: : FO sf1 1 1 with jV'.v rxcc-plio::*, the! invMablf Jo"ir. 'ri.ny f f'coat ,t th (' ) J't.t, lIE 1 r.TILL A Jit.MEiKOK ; : Fmi the 'jfiir .n'.t.-ivri T. I-grajli of Af; rii 12, 1SI5u. ) school

' 4 prbitu6iior; ,<; Thr-y cor.Lnn:; bc K'H! hf rc :i : io'<; tie"wr'rrfjnrd the toubk! ji-! !y to gw '' : over tb-r} Uioim!: : *. 'l\\\ >.> I'rtw*! >tlicirrj | TIIK OJIHR: AM> if\.s VF.VHK Tiorinr: or ,i S JL: .;% cr', \ ., April th, 1651. to the Cturt-house, which. ATS* taste

; :. out i of ihe Kcffa.! '.tor.trovir; ?!;-. Si -j.-lir.s i! w iTO all r/{ .'.:-%/.'/:/." tctct and cifeu-c! Qrnnx( !T. I Iii;jc: vi'.lcnro I ruth '::-J iclne". ont.e :ciJ:1': 1ULO.5 :-I ftl; it a iuty to :: :;- tally dtcoratcd with gatknils1 bfcfiaW n,
ad the:* Valaabls Liuti as "--JIiolAsiic ,ini i y. : < j| a' .tii'-ig' :: con'ri to tl ? Iiriti.-.h} ,' ho wore I :tid ce.aty: : tbtI t.t1lJ: d5atU the xvherc! wcs R5eiilled! a happytHroiig'' ilfoth
jh.ie.tl.o: frlorjucr.ce; aii.l il o boldnos.* iunl, v. ejj ; iu'-j ct I'l;!;-)! [toti, ::hti ri.cd somef; }hi.Nc.itlu'ni .= n.i'.k 411 1 xdi t tb '
:Btructiau which show that while thtir .lutiioi t ''inifcn-M b<*'id-rfre5s! ; hs iu tho tii j I would fran !lore] the fidelity whL'h i ii so much ; fricia's: who ilt-Sre: t to houdwiuk tlirp'e : !fl4t. x. 1. t ;_ ; .ii, iikehs I ueea.u3iay
4 : ,H a book'worm, at *.ime ;>j K rt: ; poh'tof-t j [ spturg and her utiuue. As thelabt milodjous
'' | .icfded! i.-i 'tij'4 I'ounvih of the Union for the I'I AThithe! nen: w- -e cn r'ged r\ j.!.lairingI 1>'' ff j'trffiltlU tlil'iihe !Qt/., aiiirn''i -\\ JliOli ;) III,pr % ..4 zl:, ( co .iec-4 4v.uli nottof

: >- practical-ra.in. _4nu- i i {i protection and pi: Jar.cc'of thf South.! lc! |I rho do"d bot'i :< tpnrr litters :imi! carrvii' thet: ( !'. lke h r h( i: t1)) (1'P, 1 It. :My: case; is sin.iiir: to tLa'l o1hu&ies the Slay-song vaa echoing' throegi'ti*
'ri uf ctl.frI have been (lec.attt.e !.- 'h.iH!, the. Queen; Jlisa S.WiiUAMitritifcwtettiesa {
[ .T.vr.v. n livdv cov-vcirption j-p'rsnpf I nftjotii') j nils 1 i. fellow it'as
/ "JTieJSadlson .llesscngcr. i jcei; tct: r.ov peihaps: crrat'l: the etic ip uxii; ? Knnw-Xntl.ings'to-j ; '
f the oiri'T.in.; ; whifh! l\\f\\ I Iln Hn ii!;.i>i!' -il I ii-j 4 4i i t4! : cij"uis wt are tut: WLigg we i bean.i/jg/ in every feature,) and tar
c .The Ijrst jiuicliirvf the "paper of tins na w'h ( OfldeflCC!; of either Demoeiat.4. V% Lip orjj ; i s i the ) c:icaii l.:1 ty are not Democrats-but in. iJe the burden of j
rIII lad Hit1
J 1 : littl-1 b.Tif? *)gf> One when th: ,train, approached the tlirone, and knelt to
-reached u$ by Friday'-s mail. It is jiablLsIfec: j jat Fnov1NotLif: ;;:. VettnJ.rsiro/ ; i i i.* t.l"rl-! -':'. r' corning i in in ti'!
MadUon by E. R. Fildes & T. 15. BarefojoU'at and r.tfsl jrive 1 5-n .1 t.'ilniti! of prt.'r' for 1ii.z \vhpn LIiv; thought iing away." Sotiu' Ncxv YoiJc llctald of datunlay, an ii.-j 4 crt a. Luiio.crat fif-m puuci.le[ and.so soon ;
h' : *- j' ''as I saw the ilrift of thcjr rnachi tioijj ;royalty. The erowner, Miss .L Scon7
82 per annum in advance. It-is a hand j ece of Georgu i ii: the lit CougresVr'h -. j'congralislntcd the Alii' upon tlieesi-i-H-nt! ppnt'nity tl.icntial ailvo; u[ of te! .Seen t Order, cxlibits :; ts a (a
; hnd i coiiM-tfiit man, I coj.U! not; stay with them. 'bright-eyed lara.) approachirghehffliDg\
of !look
' : eorm-ly gotten up, well filled sheet, and b1 lg.fair zny not then each of thi-so thicc clis i-s they gf-lting :a good :'it Massachusetts KKOW .Volliingiim in itt i.e ; : n.I accoriliuply: Pit and I the
: ; assure peoi-le' i cZuo with 4' beautiful
Scbaslupol!, as [lu'! clinncn! of n, nearer v5-\\? flora] crownS i* W
to take rank the oS'rthe determine to fiawifice of I Ipatriorisrn .tbolition! lij'.t! as; .V-llov/f. Will not i'lusidians'] i t : ;
I ;: among newspapers some-tiling feeling to similar occasion1nfi iri theiopiciou : that it is nutiii'g more nor loss tiita a Wing
4' except on ? not, .: f.roct to pac it oa tae he a oihtr
SUte. We give it a cordial welcome jinto and by a unanimous vote, return j : very probable. Ono oflicer n.-ked :: j turn with l.orrpr ami uisgiii-t; t fiom an oiganiiz.Jti.ir r''k from J.e;. :;: :. to eofaiig. 1 the tx-fore S and
; Majesty, during.the
ewniouy spoke
-" the fraternity, and commend it to tho generous I him to the House ot flepreentatires"vo ; private confiderlLlly! ii: ICrglish t : !how mr.nynfi that nit Milk! tl.e-m ii: the filthy slough I Iof gay to.thusK LJeruourats o aru in-Come
fro'u thirisi i lines in fittt Miss R.
out atiKHig and rally arouud those appropriate truly style:
sent into tlo trcnehi-s IV'rona.onlv ilmitii.! '.
: : we-re '
of the public. \ Flo.idianand South- < ; >! qu <
.: patronage respond as a as a time-houorbd; piiiiciples that have been transmitted WILLIAMS, anotlicr bifgtt and hloomlnelau
!!! 7.000( () ,1 hji'? aId :i \\in'! covf.inr: \ ,
i erner to the Couri of 10.000 the 'i 1 he fficr v : then ;oacbed and Jhyeteii her
: j I ty wtifi ready: re{ ly. f j app Majcttyl
: Vote on tcncrptfon Question The South needs the services of Mr. \\ill once again attend the efltuts of the Yirinii (
Stephens : laughed anti turned avav. At one; i timo a litismn -. r Ca.tr of JmJfri' !..oriji.7'/ MassaKiHH -> that other essential badge of officer, tLo
:c: i.. .Notwithstanding the unfavorable Euitejo! in the conflict: -which every reflecting mind with a litter fctoj.fcd by a dead body, arid j (r'/iis: (!. *\<>:jiii
. I1 tho "veathcr on Monday hat, a respectaij.-k' mi: 't peretivo j.;; to come up at-lLc next &rs-} put it i.ito tl.e litter. lie looked round for a j ( iV.V?. "Ihc Senate of Massachusetts yisroi .' battle manfully for tIre light, and. those glorifiuH sceptre, performing duty
.ILV!: by ui o\t-r\vU lning: majoiitv, piincifles, freedotu of speech and ftetdoui j j ered an approp'riato address. The representatives -
the comm'lf to heln! him. A Zouave at once nd- conjcurrvd
vote was polh-d on questkni"oftiu Sabscrfp- ion and the of liis District I
:
S : j 'Congress, pcojh -; of conscience and the Old
vanct.'J with much nnd lifted it, to the n the vote of the 1 louse, iii favor of j jaquestiug Dominion will of the Morning and Evening Sun,
to the Railroad, as will be seen by tlie : owe.it to a.common iiiterest to couiinue: | infinite amusimcnt grnco of the by f-tnnders ; but i the (Governor to remove Mr. Lo- booifc up a bright spot, a beaconlight, in the 3'ioscs FuLJ.cz and BLACXBU&X, an&

follawuig figure obtained from the. oiliciaius him in a position where }his tranccndant ability !- i the ioke. was not long lived, as a Hnssiau brtii i !ritig from the oHice Judge, which lie holds darkness that surrounds us. Four Seasons, Miasei CHIKIA, Bu.&an,

'f of tlie Judge Probate: can still be employed in defence of Southern snuely came up and: helped to carry off hist1 f fiic.i'1 under that State. Of course he will be le- Yours, &c., J.LBMUEL; STONES HABBIS and PETTW each an vlhir
"" t 1 i moved Ills office is said proper
; For. AgaincLJ lights.; : .,i' accordingly. to be S
: I comrade; r..t ...,., .,,,.1 i./._. ....-. .... ...LI.. ? -.I ...c From tic Salem Regi Ur. costume and respective cn'der, addrwsed ber
: T&aas : 219 31 i The Allies serrned to have i.-rpr' vcd tu-! ri iui in.- *ii; i iiivv iii u j'i I.JIUIJ ci.&J U*

}; : Cms Road ... I 1 i Nothfsg from JtMi'cs?>:i, crccej.t t'int tVcrc ePc.I'nt! opportunity' to =c'e tie! town.- : the ISiss Ntumery Comnnttee who would like To the Public. Majesty in glowing style. They were follow-

' .: ." Mic-cosnkic% : 10 were only 19 votes against bufcciiptioiiiti the! They reported; fsrgp bodirs of ?olUcry( in, the 11 ) h.-ivf it. i ij Duty to myself compels me to make known I ed by twelve &ir young girls, representtng

: Ceutreviilc, 19 wliole County, and that Col. LaJwortli w-s ft-e ts. assernblei! at tlif corners nrsd in the j 'Iln1! u ii{;aI: -!1)t:: .le! *,IMIIICO' : of Ji: lge Loring i iI to the public the way. in wl.ich I Iccime a |; the Months, and aa they stowed the., ttrbcaof

.,' CtthvJnt4: Shop. Lt ; 1' public pl.'ico?. They thought thorn ordered! I \vif> lii>> obeiiis-ncf to the COiIIitJti! ill and tin- \ mojjiber. of the .party, commonly knuwn as their Queen with flowers iich .
: Yotzn ::2 6 t elected to the Legislature by MO majority, to OLit to iiinliL- show. Tlie! Hussi/m/ denied! laws as (.'ornmisaiorier of the United States I Know Nothing?, and jhe manner in which I ; 0poif fc

Oliver1; 14 I IA ill! the vacancy occasioned by the denth ( f that I'i ji'e Meucl.ikofl'was .dead, lIt) they iti the cae Ii'Burns, the fugitive1 slave.: Judge have been treated by tbt-ni. suitable, language. Her Majerty pcVgrace-

:: Hodgson'*, 11 14 Mr. Dovutt. ''admitted li.u; diitir.tI l i.-ltirnun was killed.j : I.reing did his duty in .aiding to restore this Upon the fairest representations by one of fully rose fiorij her floral thrpne,' Dd' ff h'cd

: Natural. Bridge. 4 16 j He was one of lhu-pririjjil:; ollicers engaged I fuijitivo to liis maFtor and no more. The abitlilioni tho order, 1 joined the organization ; but the to the addre3es tand accepted the homago. of

- ;. v... :.. -.-- I Tie temporary absence of the Governor jin the destruction of the Turkih fleet it Si- I s frum that hour resolved u| on mi- | fair-picture proved to be false 1 was bum- her gentle and fcitbCul subjects in eloqwmt
140 fiom !I king this upright officer a victim and an e- bugged," regularly sucked in." Instead of
; .337 the Capital will! account for the non-re- j nope, aid the Czar had rewarded him by piv- st 1 U after which the floras'
| amplo, and with the aid of a LegMature a.I :- j finding the order composed of both parties, % young sing a
1 him order of b't ( of di
I ply to comrnunicatioI) adJrct'd to the Executive -: ing an leorgy higher '
: : i : itiiiction than that worn by 1 latticeMenchikofF, \\mosl lIflhIflilO''IiItizow Nothing ill bvJi .< there wus not the face of a Democrat to be joj fal song, which endi the'coronation cere-

) .- ThiIg-a majority of i J197 office. |i and of a class i5liwh-.i. generally accorded( brunches, ;they haveiiistructt'J their o'elpck 1
The Sentinel seems to think that this tenipory i ytilhtng (forrrnor to necvle their j College
:- Itwill be seen that 4-17 votes were polled,.! only to successful generals who have cond.ucte4 a banquet.waa.taste
aeIiCefUrflhCS} a good opportunity; to I and clo&rd :'i Tlio act.i is a fitting appendage to the dirty Hiss 1 fc.-vw my, true position, .and from that very which
'of tin- t .nn army a triumphant; ) cam fully spread to ample justkevmidooe.
: which; is consJilorably over a .rnhjority j
retort on the Flor'uliau for \\hnl it said on a p.lign. A tingui.-hed loukiiig luau Prince i Nunnery' Committee, which has been biased j moment Know Notlnngianu'rBat.badly upon The of this
. vote :of the County taliug the last election j former' occasion when d'ov. Eiiotvx left the Barianqki, c'"iij'l'iiue'l thai be was likely to into public contempt through the length .atid n>y stomach." When solicited, to join, I was managers happy"part j oeservo
cast for breadth of the laud. The vote in both branches informed that whenever 1 wished to withdraw the highest credit for the abfe manner" in
4,4 -as a criterion when 723 rotes were be deprived of his cruise i in his pLasuro yacht f ." _.* .."
14 men\bjrfe( to tho I hgi-h4nr& No retunis' haveccn 1! State. There h this difference, however- S tlus} year by the war. of the Legislature against Judge Loring I had the liberty of doing so. Soon after, 1 which they performed their duty. Tbe young

; roccired from Fort Bradcii and Jackson's (lov. BKOO.MU* notified the iVes-ident of the I The armistice-was over about 3 o'clock. decides the character (f the MassachusetU \ sent them a verbal resignation, but was told ladies who took part ia the ceremooies.

) : j Senate, (FfonIj[. V. SVEI.L,) of his intended I Scarcely had the white Hag disappeared be- Knoir.fio.'hingjxirly. h is an abolition party, a resignation to be received must be written.i quitted themselves in a manner deserrlng the
Bluft and U is. preRimed tnat no flection wfis absence-dov. BROWN did not. CJov. BKOOMI: j hind the parapet of the Mamelon before a full of the bigotry of the old blue laws, aud the i next sent to them a written one. Ihrce
.held t tidier of those places. The votii pf.tLe round shot from the bailors' buttery vcnt slap seditious .fanaticism ,of Lloyd Garrison. It weeks have pasted away and I have bee-u unable highest praise. In conclusion bays witnessed

Count ia decisive. will r&turn.in a few days-Gov. 13 B OWN expectcd -%J i through ono of the crnbra.suics of the Rub&iun must bo'cut'adrift by the Know-Nothings ol to obtain ,any.satisfaction from the con few May partys oiat'could equal and

rt: x : --- to Etrvethe bab j'c of his lime abroad, i work, aud dashed up u great pillar of earth the other States, or they will all sink.together cern as, to the disposition they have made of none that excelled that.pf hc Voung La&iea

.. Jta'tlces of Jhc Peace. Gov. BROOME'S abwiice is connected partially I I inside. Thu Ku&aLins at once relicdaud( the I I 1 iu this filthy slouch of abolitionism. it I have understood from some of my of Monticello Academy, R4d when next they

gentlemen were chosen IisJuaiiccsor with tlie Rr.ilro.nd eutorjii-.C8: of the State- nIP of cftuupn .soon, re-echoed through the -- friends they do not jiiteud to. grant it ; to this celebrate the joyous retimr of-'their-floral anniversary
:"TIic following rvitie. The St. Louis Republican thinks that there i have .only to say it jxukes no difference. 1
Ge 1. BHOWA went .1 pleasuring. Vcrlt. : S wo be there t to'witaegai
3! elVftcorfor c various DLtriqtia *- sap i-5 reasonable prospect reclaiming the whoK expect no favors of ft.hrn5and as a freeman I may '

f& ; : i ; iho;. County,. at tho election. .0:1 -Monday DE Bow's REVIIHV mil MVY\ cottii.s; : tial I TLc Work.will goon, nation of CJiippoway (ndians from lazbarinl. am! under no obligations.to that paity. 1 intend ceremonies. ECT4TQR
to of it. whenever and whe/cver i
speak JfontfceBcr Kay 8, 185
k 1a.t : ; K' article ) Jr. of j Now tat;: tlo: rhre-e wj-althy Comities of The feature of the recently )
> by ; Garnctt: c-ilgiaia< ; ,uou I Leading treaty lcafcc.. JOhN RiBLLE. .
: trrt, (FortTradci-Xo) rehrr. f Leon Jefersoi! : and MdLon; have det'rnind: S S
=
the oiilh uui rn.-rfle between, this tribe and the United
; tho Unio:;, and Mr. McCord'selaborate \ : ( Where Know Ao.hiugibia tames Frcv.S .
23 D; ict, (Tallabi c) Donr-U Caiproj Jon r.lf.Jging th ir faith for the construction: f'f' I individuals Great Hail
S re vieyriuf BiitUh emancipation! ; a States is that as fast ai or comI Storm. S % e nave shown that inewUampbir i ,
'Austin G. C. Towu. cnd., the Riilroid the wo'ik l b eiJculated ,
U.
: C. : on
:
i. i may I
: I .Miort ]y T.fCT by Dr. frcotf, of Cilibiia! ; : :1flI! munitws: become chilli/cd to a certain extei t tie know-nothings drcvrle'nj thai' GOO v tes
oi-ristrict: .(CentrevillD.) W. Barnes, j to.a. ccrlitiiity.: The bon ls of e-itlier of three S CLY.LADtNG: LEVY Co.,.?
If2'SI !
S a very iiill one upon t ducutLm by te! ; licv. (ofwhirhthe United Slates 'Commissionersi ( 26th \ from the democrats, while t ih'ay took tie! whole
1655.
Cojuntit-rt will rank tin fccuritie.in .. April ,
best
'. ;;A 'c:5c. Fcfch.r.f Mr. Marsl: ill! of. Aiu>Ufeipj-i, \vhich new I among ;i arc JIH! *'S) they are to bo admitted to all the of the abolitionists and nearlyAll the.vhigs.
I C.: E.; DYKE Deer Sir I tl.ia ,
Wii.-.m!! Cc. d.in..iHiet.. boar I :- am at
District Laie! Jackson j"non : 1'hi.'y are to 8 cc.atiItrt't
f : ( } per
: SS aiul fctrJKirg xiews arv.pre5fntf 1 to the -south. 1 ri ri.ts and {.tivilfgcs of AniL-rican cikeus.fi Iu Connecticut, the vote l lor Governor ia
platfe/and desire to communicate to that
N. T. SCitt. and a'r': al-undaatlv h'.r'.irc-d, b if! in : you
,
Piofyiibr I'orsLey hiu? a pnjfer upon tljo rail- I h-3 desire to, conse under thin condition i i-. 1854 was follows : a.
5tii Dinrict, (Lakelarnonia)-Richard Vj nBnml tKe nature of ;i lion on all tf! property 'of the wht-n! 1 lift llqrnando County our crops were as
;;. roadsyatcm of Texas, ainl the c-JIfor las.pi: ? very geuernl, it i is said, and large suiys\\ill bet genenilly: fact 1 or Ligliam, dimocrat,). .'. r.28,538
goo1l-h unutually
.iA Alexander Croin.iili". "- SS | Lropec'tivt[ : Couiitic As fin iuilicatiou: cf thf* Indians very good
&Ip4Jr our( Jitw consular and dij !ouuif.: 2>v>ti'.>n.of expended this ycrbi by the and ForUahou (whig, ... 48,465
at that But siaae 1 left I have ) '
.season. seen
'Cth-5Ditrict Q.Skpper, coi1iJeiicc ,
(iIo: tho Uiviev,' %\azhiaati or iNevvOrlc.ihs. MKibnary: iSoci-.ik-s.in builuing! bchoul houses
: tho Hail storm I have in For Chapman, (abeiiuen,).. .. ,4O,72
S of'lh ; work montion that greatest ever iccti
we
(kJ f-uccfps an
r.iny
K 5 and ia the purchase: -of fu'umng uteus>i-! .
pr :iti'w. I for GOT-
In Ib55 the in the titato
;* ::;_.l tli DUu'ici. (Natural PiUgc ands CrcssS S S j i1thgChi] { citi.un of'Jef5cnon informed us a There are tnnra than two hundred thousauuInili'tns my li.e. On the 2.1J of tl.is month I was at vote aame SI

Chaut-J Joaathau6th Justices lecttdKnow Eout.At brl-.vo ll.at a rcf-rohfcil the rlanteition of Cc?!. Thompson the Wee : ernor was as fclloTrs: -
) Josepu Nothing i day ;i o a grntltmaniii civiie.l and I
thuj Lbj I i the.
; waiting! : For dciuoera ... .. .127,3 1
; kiva river. The cloud'came the Noitlixvet iiighnui, (
Ir S UK! c'ectioion! } .Monday, liht, ( tl at County has already ofllrcd tograde experiment io iil tly' to be tid iULly for tie frpm Ior\ ? :.!- s-v.- v

: IJ4ittct! ; (MIccosuHo! )_Willian S. Murxav tie ci*.tiic Peace, for the TjilTaliajf.were tct the road and prepare it for the iron through firct time bince Uie tcttleiueat of America ol wiih much wiul. It .continued to hai* t sAiIr
4
For L'alton ,,.
chosen Jisiollows DoA Jefferson' for five tlio'n-f'atid' dollars'mile! for at least one hour as.fast aa it could coma ,wLg., ... v
ts JcJLa HI j: Blafce.. -.. ., .' : : : LI) ( .ti.io ;, t. ; extending equal -rights to tlio aborigines.UTAH. rVdemocractio "vote" ta :4aliin off only
4' ? % rlhe hail
LI J. II. ACSHN, G. C. Tmi.vkKM>. S ;kf/ig-the'ljoMil-; ; ) : 'at par. : down. was about as large" as common '
S ,
.) .jJoa4:1t lii. SUpznS, : 1 Heretofore',' little or no intent'' has boon S 5L .-\Ve hayu dates from Salt Lake, sued marbles, and had it hot melted,.itS 11200; while' the'whig vote hyfallen offlOSCO ,-

'A prriph: ; is goinglacround*' that tljs 'taken iu tie choice of J usicc: ?', but iHtfcmucuas Tho Mr-con papers Announce the death of Utah 1 ci I ltOy, to (the firtt of .March 'I he would have been at least G inches deep. 1 1 K* und the *bulit1ouiaknovoth1iagi4rn i *AjVti- t>taaJt
t d: r1 'Geor' flt' )t 7 b one olvihc, catidjda OB for le-iJectiou, (DoualJ the IJon. Vlltcl TjUpl: u'lUi who elit-d i Hi thai news Uuiiiuipoitant, except as relates to the ,torm commenced about 10 o'clock* and the ., .

cadi; .. .T. .tc _,Coz.7e.5S_ iiiJ> (Cameron,) had Jjud the! huptuc lully to city: 0:1: the 7tli xpt. Mr. C. h:>d filleil several uuuimablu temper which the rcpQi of the appoiutment hail stood on.tho ground until after sun set. "MIJ. .

II _tust ic.t; hthiigh1ttr Qf.tle Know Noiig ojder --' be bora acioss.tho water, th.e dark lai.'arn pjomineat potts ia 1 Qur-i4cr lato, and was: of Col. toteptoe to the UuvernslnbrtJ I think Mr. Thompson, 'and particulaily Mr. -'

4o which'lte'U opposed. The Montgomj"'ry party) wjtli whom tie' {.!If t-e of a crtniesM-(
.5 JIuih'as/ lib cOa'Sdcnce! iri'tho1 report nikI. ,ja.o.thought rioieconsqt1cflte tb' i I h'4u his'ilay."i.S -.1.. -- rants ana laves over me prospector nis ituioval.aud ; ) crop. Ifiad UiatiUpi o this jlace j B. t. % 'AKDLAW, iq., -rJ- b8C

m ,. says: .. ita good .occasion to (!k'inoiioUate to The high price of uu-uattutia and Priiz. abuses the L.'S. o.hcera that base that it was geueral C.apt.Clyatt, at.ior.g ti5nthtio1'efei'uiia from iawiiv5P!

DiilkuU.* swd daiiger will hut incite him.tjO t what depths of littleness they are capably of ions is the fcubjcct of. universal oortpkint.: been tct: to ,tho 'iyrritpiy iu Ui fjjtliitifct.Ian- Pond, will have jo' (fLU> i i*entire- crop Over *quuuiity oi Aav bc&ielI' dmioj thi"

S rreatcr <:*ffiiils, and neither Know Nothings,| dec ntiiug. They nominated a ticket ex.presfely At Boston, ltztterslI3 at whole-alj at 40 guage. 'ihero i is conuUeiable cuuui. g eiliiitu'U He is' a large planter arid fail be' much hij'ur d. [ on the IJUt' -uk.iaom

t S .-Whig, uor-IJoiuocraU, can pLu:$ an oj tand.tI5 >ponirtibefore ) to defeat him, but to their great'confutiou -; coutd, pipf; pquud, and other things ii: propor- in the following passiago extracted' flow a iia 'cptfou crop was beautiful'' jbe ore ithe, ki.ig'this-itha't t.i ii reinaiaed rrn' asoa ot-owiha il *

; \ hirnvdio caa/or A inotucut + und disniay, AvUen the .votes ere counted t'rm.The..:iNfiw. .York (:'ouiier is of opinion speech matte b Biiyham to "the saints :" storm, but it is entirely destroyed, and le..wilt weti-bat we assuzethitiMC"' )
'
(: jfore hito iu the! ,field. oftbe S St out, lie-was YouiwTto bo handsomely dec-1 'that pi ices have reachod1 their highoht poi..t, It .tlie gallant gcnUejn'au' >vhy.i3; now in our have replant in corn. .X)there iu th&neih.. -regret-exoeeojngly ;to: leartt* i 'W

t : lnreplyto the..xemaik MoutgomeryI. ted "The gentkmjan tbtusgouglitto be.i>ird\cd, aritHh.it ft decline xnlUoon tike place. ,It miiiisj; liuu'.ieceivett4.c. vumuiiobion of tioveruor borhood will also havo to replant -At 'this'placV'it Iota hundrWaim.flily brti j:1
I. I 5V .JoiiriiM, UtMStiph n oppoed by $Je 01 tlife it-'nitoiy, as was' reported, and bdreater destroyed by-th* tua&-&id& r It1 to.) jc'
i> A wortby iuechnnic/who ..kati filiud the of'fico'of hail's ;itS'j>|)tn\iir\ .oh fh'o, fact'thai<'tneW' are : appeared..,to from ba' kOpe'O '
nO party to (aI tttt ieepLd.it,, \vou4hayo| ,taHeuv' btf 'uiS y ;' : ';< ? '; "JT t .a3ger-Maj V ':
7 ', biyik jij-- cn rj *-v'the**H Mail t jpeakias- -* ] Ifr' -follQwpi : J slice of the Peace,for bcvurai ytjtr ppJmilHon;: fiyo houd.rc'u, Uiou'yintlj'LhJfsUjOfflour. !; batUhid.t.onO fcd. the '.appoiutruent j and tLiiwuuloi .:treestvIdq1i: ) ,*f :.' o't : trpd i f S f --i-- .. 1-. '---

obut m:4: iiotieIicve past with entire satisfaction tothe coniliiunUy. .* i con e fqrwtud., lJfo.tle.J14rye3t fron ?.%)kik : haye.b ecii juLubu1J&1zisiVo.c pu >i>ive 'aud their jleavjea. .The.: .(oreBt'lopks Uko.coIdJe., S otigiebtizoQo t eLdvFh

.. t-..flitya.i It jnayji oaajonty.pf.tho, voter, be' to c uherli ioldby.JMr. .Trespe.that xngtish uXjJVW .1 ha z.wu

SteJi n; that, tie iiui''ban thenidnigli conspirators, is ujitjiirkcti Altfng'tfyj opining of halu' in" that State ? me..,. 'That:! wiji wurrantj i ouch'. 1. the'hail Mood upon thegrouad at least 4 Inches .

L d tfes. and I ill doubt 'ii'hr thousaiVd 1bul.j' of "po'bitoes're' "JBut. for.atnau'iucptne here .and iijfitogei deep until after sunset An olcTnqan et.ttdthbrte $ 'Ond beCa3I1foYid
:compliment to luio, A v t no be,regarded : on i. \ -1 *i > *'' ik-OT- Mditteuida
4 4.y Il sJ rvv CJ-.Mla- rights andpriyyegea. ana 'r S : woU or1iUett! id
d.vliy ei tope, of jJ nrkct upon.* ...wy4uUyjJuaUlO.thO5D.Oi i/ out in' it aboa miie"lrom'hcr and
))4 4op as thoir; de'evebt..qf..hi.s life. their way. o4ioJw yojy.r .CrP.ra No'- LU''. -bikihf* o- < ahpever :rm -etipy was : : a Roist! LM1

It lo-Jthf nghUofour' se i i- S ; 1jz-.s PJ.Bior va Scotianderr the i/ccipjtOpityJji .u ie bjiyc op, anti 1 WiH iapI 'YIl l lI'S or mFt&iwtK &* iiS

t SS ? Adi1etilsh&i Crdft'of j4dultoe *irtNfl va Sc'otia-last yea wiw i4hI do,u.otknw.b'wJai wth:jthhU.endd &6te'6K.tK Jti ftttf> lnd tt&riftate* *

*c11 wrhtfrivikgeo) ; ( very Titrge.i'f, Frtei trade..h t'wjtjifl.fv, y, tQ t1 gitJn zdeinih1it Iis tt4Fay l u br'hiv4
ibe4tii _i IiIprni ned5 thh 'roRrk gnatth : t thL'r
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; forward, under the present luigiwpiekthG gt.ainan uid iQngdom o1J'o1S dJPr
i : *1sb&ndilMk 15 pt'bbL .' 91e19 4qpq&u.n'YI
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owvjg: 'ry know, too1tl1qge and we le.rathat$1G frtbwbkthig dnid.ed. iCandaiyekt 'ftdeqqe';Jiod cordj lly'toward,'tftiot to'hlrii.rijwi tkiiX jobnsQ.di&a! .bii broAc,$imp WfflW fi VJrtSSSWSM amw iSflto.ow .

CorTrta sctd"at1fc8 per budiel. when >j ftttn e1ptifrut.L.11617 ; i,tiUrrneer ise 'couIfI bo JWnftilr afw vo stioa WhIApn 4M& ftw rab cfigs
bd:tobtiBPed f butf ibera isJitlle to,la had ._ .
blaour, 34, 45 buih- ,to every ow4i- iajo.upyera'men.tt btitit e&w vbii'it : A* -& -> j 4. JLW I v* T JJj LTi.ar r
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tr ttiivi.w.aHni3 .trm _fthevCin; ens ,.pop ooes, ) "&- 'tI have'Tot mentioned -liar fmate. ** 1ptit 's I : : 4 1'
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dje. follow as hu'd t>th'er Vegetables arid -withal a hlar.ty. r-Le; iti: bounbi 1y -- --- -_ -_ _-- _
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tme. : '' wew4 o'r.i1q. that. 4p,4r4c rJe4lark
etaminei carefully the icccnii1sftic ivan; ): lieattcil, native aisd adopted JrlQriilfcyis. the war, I coupt ujHn your loyal .i.upport. .- we The: W)1l bc cutrnteJ o SOCIEty S
Your./ Il.VYEji (Cries of "yes! yea ) -s. i? hearu tiuitAodJLu igh f 1Oiq
'otnity Tr {" jtdte pleaMiro in a .. : j .t'rLr--1 ,? '4 >Va lift btio .. baU! hiye of putting tb io tmt f 1rint. lii.1tc: ? .
psyjag-lhey: fojiud thtw properly avid oiret IL DcLrzs : : ;-: : Ii LfiMt't4 'i-'lfl k1n n4'tLs l4frath
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ARRIVAL OF THE ATLAKTM; CC t : I ) e onr OMtet hoarWWryJlhofdf
ly inaJq aud kept, exulbitiug u diligence, txji.] *- f TU JTTUTS .- ,; ( 1flLde, a!! v e ave riot IOfl! La mouta k thuettcr _11Jflr4ai ia 1141!'

on ths part of duU.'officer,in the performance NIN. ; L1irtk iwnoPi *tI ) 'FAn th >'p.wnp of Wi-aitr| rife! nfcw: ; of the qgJb I-'kridiqn-ii, Jlkt1 ''I0 makes Jnif&.7iv.-ft tiu1 Jk.'fteSbhi.) ItNt ,sI 1
of : *. :a\: /T* '.-' .< en' Ju lg LujtfpfrHi-fte.mmp'foiflV decllnos- theappf a '" -
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o? bi| inpwiAntdutie4, Tcommtnd'ition. : -- And iV! >lii<'ii 8 *y-rtt"rntie. *"1,4'X'alri" this generous ftr-v1 Hotine'think,would "Mdtc)1t&6T.LLAIL4SSEE) -
., "nicjr hax4! aho, in,the. 'farflu-r" 'd?-- ---II. .iI1".AIwlc1L eiLI.q r -< < -prtT n -Tl, -:. at roonient..eontn&ute roote ftJbfe.lK-ncv- : -

I charge of th* duties, examined, the pubGe V The Fteamvbip Ati.\nti3: .Iws Arrived,*-withIrverpoo HisUu. ,'ce or is not yet&iqwii. F' (y"Pr rill rule'moon's fbe'g1iare&' -rn thaTa
of tile County; ,and \vnuld refepecUuliy ggc d.Tiinfe Ia- i.--- ---- -- t- : : *'r'r *" *b, betaetrO
jail dite to April day CAR TtrK PATENT." Brtiritlf- 'mbnafctf. war., : a r gr/Ht communjcttion, by w* mu n CITY: COUNCIL IMTHHT Wgd Jt. fl-W

t to the County Commissioners an improve .tcr than tJvei.o.L.ugl.t; by lw-Auifa. / ., -.' --. # :- --: 1- ,( One peaceful hour At evctufltr's, : calm-- ,- ; '- the United State* and the -jpo/ts of Liberia.It .- !_ 1JUNU&Pi4nI41d tlTa11abasKStm.nti .

meat or change narW filS tructnn4'itl, She: rcporla tliatUie \-Coijieregjcehud i-, ,- yit, ahgwUyJjflt; ftp ediUVcarredrpuLTr.Thon]

& view,to b Ing niade q. 'j.'iuce of 1 mon>|*- been broken up. The.Ruaiin-goverinent The Grtmmi-sioner of Patents' iias ffrjw ted ,. .VIIer ; wfi1 st&nd of Africa a& zJ4

cure co'ifiaeme t-; *<> :those \vhobO c i oa .Lt rejected ttyrdofpands'of be jUHes. evn years exteiipn\ to Davenpoit&Brj.Igisswingi'iaf -;Ai-U getuwii J1iIkI4.Ie.. t be'itftfcr (1CVC'1OJXtlafl1i 'JKHIJ.IO ofcolor !i> ,o<- \i-jtawidi die j Iuttli-pisrsapjewe1.wre.itk) --i' ., ?e < xioasTo emigrate grleu3.n.aI; :Q4y,2Qth4wJL...
law jtaaity'of imp'risotwuciut StvastQ3ilVl4i& b.tM1 bombarded since die car-ttuck. *, : .- AniiJ coQf.TJivl ligljf ",'- rnMvcouJry:! be'more ai :ri! .eilpa4 o.Ui jjtua ,

They-likewise"eugg st to the Sheriff. vigihmd'tipn'to Otb, f _,- 1Tr -t- AUKKST-OF CONPCL Fnn&-IJo Aoffflis, -Wh-re ruby lips and hqukj eye* ,! -, there. '*'-- will ooibrace EnxJub, in aH )U

tho :min'agcni nlTof th&j.'il J s[ din 'fife Eritlsl)" Loan tit -Mxtooii L t minions ha* Dc-puty Marshal: of New Yo k, arrested 'Consnl Awe glutting a arm aud bright. .- Tho propo.stioM isk< to furnith'all dio yol- Logic. Rct.incint

iatiiatCft;and a strict fcuj>eni ion qf ilio cpitJuct been taken by the RfithVfolih hnhdrcnl 'FRlx I >ns-hfro in-day, avid has started witlJihi Aye I !et rr>0 with silver orb low pnc| tinibc-i; an' hiinber necessary to build a1Ktfldeu(1cogripby..V tio &Mv Xa3ri.

of tku Jailer in their behalfTheyTegrct / | pound Consuls 14.4ix1ne l in the sliap1 olr' !- for *Je ''Ydfk" Frilwns lias 'not resigned !- A.-That palely fltmt*ynn no high '- a Iarg6 barker a''sih.'flj '4j! *. nof xcrcding ni. Algebc! With Ue-on1rtZy41s1n tltir applJ Alwa.*t od L.Uvvvy tpl rti*l,isi.i'ni.orneLry. tc.,
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to bo constrained. presoni tnnuh tirrnihk'in 8() vars' thy Co'usulalup.x x Aiiffiij the i>r"in, Dlui"' iriftpi tracjr, -< 100,000 feet, it'tiarrangientcan brndt &t -

that tho public roads of the Cbujj-ty are no| ii, -> [There is iiianifeslly'sonic mistake in this That spans the nznre etiy' to at cnce embnili in it." To'tb,1the donor The Crock and iriLsig'vaa r.hh Orwknbo s.iRw&n

.dial condition which a just piiJc, not to taj innouncpincnt! e' are unable1'(6 Correct. .: NEW YORK MRKRT. - And Of catch nafnr the' balmy low .u.lian uisH.Tlsat tones, jilso offers to add OJte that's ntd do wr.r, with tl.fe 4iitViiueI; th* rFf ad

I appr&tifl i of _thQk 'utility"aii( __ ai-l ,from our of obtaining tire hundred dollar-} ItriflgIuLgt.a will be taught tiJiUuch pu4s iTipi.rJt4
A jvrApe.r it with Jl tha we c.-ui gel NKW: Yoss, May 5th. tremblai nVr the wavy Lentb.j'VuJ prospect ilire of
I eonvonicace ,as public, luglnvavs slioold ill-| j'lioiuls.] 1 Flour tinder the AtHntic's* i.jtplligence:/ ha ebuls iLe fl. vkiTfi'd eye. mon>, froni his wift's father: and tho whnUbenefaction' a e< ur e ame4CI1IPW4Tuste.s tyw1

dace ery gno1 citizen to fet!>eni. Tlr t j To hieel this loan the income tax"has been declined! fn>m 112 to 18 ct-. barrtl. Cot- Thor .'i* gladne8 in each 'wbipering breath, lumber audmon !;r, would focuien $4f 2.1 --L a4
little wok that \ candid up Mi the roads i iilve i'-j! increased-also Jbu lax on spi.its, tea and cof-|! is unchanged. per Qf Nature's nitle tone. fund of 8jL3,000 in vslue.' Who 'wsee 1 l)f*. CHARUS 0 La,4; Y.AIa3 Y4r ;,

doe hrt..flv.iu iuo$ ijttone8 ..ilk f foe, aiuUon stamps.! ton Bflt-* njg that float through 8talhall, < ond this liberal offer?-C'o/onfctUion? Journal.Execution. !. Jz'W4VTLI-p Ita.Kxa tTAB Ikrrz.raJAS. ,
K11LVY. I). C \Vxuox.lizr. .
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: 4hIr2CtQTb'itlWUt much bt'flfitQT.ddI1tU7O I[ Napoleon a-ul: Eu nio fcpent a \s-eeh in
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> w Kow.Nr.thri a 'fiovr neon's Let othr tieart* .lizht l to thread old- 1> 'LcNf.TjTcx'rL. Da.MUBI Jwa,
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ti O s ]Hj !: g1aitL-- negro- hung
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C'raiid Itn h.irli11c:3 -: : ntTiu ; : ? borougb N. C. ou Friday last, fi>r tie ciiinc
pid.: TI' Jwy st i- lopo.tyl; Imt is'uuH1)tf( trtt EnghiH An'1thri1with jovtus et-siy, T'EfM .

: Ii: :! 1iu1i1.k rctd h: e 'i'. c i---.K1J1 t'lut 4>:ipol/o.i ihvil! : ntt' vomnr.id 'Gov. Mipo-'R message has hcetipvihish'd. To light and gU-ldoin j wing. of rape. ; Tuition in Cl*rlrt,the Irtfrfcrr|>Mi>Af.of Mjttta vH'atuR t

pa lj URed'flp l-' i v:3 ail o.cr p.1-: oTta: ? Vlliel fot't i> 0.1 th Csiftiea.Tl.e I lift rococunenils tho extension of fiifTi'npe t But cive ti tne tln> spaiiRle.! 1lea'rn- -- .I.. > fk.V t4. (Jhh.nWirt-tFi 'MvJero Lc&y -

pc-h .lonts and tlify tiu-t the Cfitizt.iIifrl; ; Yk-.uja Cont'urenco was b.olieu off ou no roe dprtniH tV.t nil ntrs b1 aM.to Hie irr- -n aud) ilwtivSiT ''c1!, Wornis ormsI.Vkrj'4t .1 'b're nirtti"V".'l.-j>rt-n-hnn.1IW. *"* I"" lfa

aid < vere3eM of tue roids ui'l' horca'.tor lo ij the i2t tS: re.Tl aH wH'f, dfno-inrr's! Xebra a Fill.: \ .' '%ttH!| .llS L'l't C'MllCittf LoUVi -, t'ri.-g Iia. tat-en sartid rentu to Tti"-i Ergliih! 'ItST.tLerf r6t 'irwtn! :. i je.erf nad hja\ i.l ik 1a \ --ai sriovU bj L' \ h XiMtpMj! I ]j 4 rjoll.bUKtf. ; tl)" on inf internal.TWH., vr.l I yet ijf q'ir-ti- l* .- ; -
: viI in t u g eut Coar.ty ; .Drnuyn DHms! the Fior.eh 3iri-tcr! 'and.L.J.J a t''i & ; v\\ > lrCVeC '
.! M.iy-2-t. i55. "I'M n \r\< :\ i.n.1- ti-tj { rfu' ni.Hej.tue! ,,. Ofo.rf -TflOtA9 : .: :
d:. .-.. roa s ;i t r.J k, iji t\ t <.rj(-. I toli'i rlasoeil hi 1 both ]lei't: vL-oiu:. I C--I :: Cti'liikm, ho-tjlt? ton reuif li ; -t, h-i* .;!>r:: }fr 'iitf"r'i*>'l, r (f-nWrh iV"! "*" SB. 1&: 1a-l .

\v t.j.t tViM) 4.L I 'llieio .ir? siixJg i ii. s.ti.ms thzit] Au3t.iiwi i iI ,1 L---?$ ni) fxlonuon of thp period ofnst- Brnswicn: Ziorida Railroa4T'n" tL" f.'t.il ii tynof '!. irfivr.c.'ti.yAt -rt ii 'ilir.t .

shjj :tu :i-J C(. ..1ry. I I I VeJ'ii p to ;u-t :icr nc-i; ;>t JihS'j.'. I tl j- :n* -r <{ 1v tri.-, tJnltwk) f"i'ti ir- Notice'TS .4. :

'i 1.o Grcn'tl JU 7"foil- uny.ITJaz'r.i !' : A {,e H-Mji'j't d:inn! r Sci -i ;ji'>l, T\i it'i ,r 00 -----r--- _- -- : anrl: m ti'iir of thi.} : >tncholort! of! nii-t f i fjt'nt 21' 4vd-14- ni'-=t qbutgPITi. U rjrn-1- r rjrtn tl-.r.t nf tie n"yt Mw'tn of tl* (toy.A .

: ut an eij't1"f'i 't 1MV ti!!. t. Ut t -nc .nine it. >.i i < .i t',, t).1a sn 1 Iii co-iti IU H! Store:: ZncT/-Nothinrj Jieverses.Il 4h : and 1'loria (' irr'--it t-: V.}3e1cr.-rnnfijj-f! iLl f dirt Dr: >.tn-1 l re t'i- aI'-tti.n II i k <>ne of t.f psr/r.U the n"-d t-, I II ftil AHfW.lv i : ,. t the StnT t-cf f}'b.ri4ito be_ hAt
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L- 'j 13th. An ,s.uh i ro-htt''i vtdrty '
: : at i \\ij [ ) I 'x r i>r :in( rj- u-h'-! t.v.-r i..tru.Iied tc t .e pcb ? tJ. t.-uend thf C1npt'qftteq
I : s to of ALTathI.
*rtJ ., aauii.'t ve w.;zLh cujuathi5 ti i : '; -: lI: .: I bv a p-eMirer fn-ra Vnl )' ''& (); It-l: -i-ip our nevt iJ-ue V'< hlciii p.ii>li-li ;i full :ifomit I :.i. i luttntirr) ftild': '! <.fi, eps aiit.. tjjJ c :w, JJ. J. IsQUJiSE. Jn .

i iI.-nr>r>J.'UriyL'S iak$ V- < n paM! ? jts'ii.jriJ C-.t a-.i attr-nisttoitornithapLaec will!! j.rob.Mv .p that, il tM** rl-vtini ii tie lo't iii'iiM cifv ri .- . Prr "%V. K. Poais,. 'R TAYI.O.R.: > Cj stitf.S. .
Wvli! tlie 4v'y ] h- !' 1: n,' tho I're.-iJ.c-iit' of the ( y i'liriljicnui'i: i/lm e t<- cu-fM;] toaiilk l..t Pa EENtZET.r'* '
o'i 5 D% n; y ? an. :,: .. he nn Je. : 'fucitIL -. cl"rfr-t! ?1 ll! of thnci'v ; C'mipanv.Th I .' -
liJ .\\1ril. .. :P I!: of tli: > tnctiig h.- been tc hspiro -i 1cLtr. .. Cru .:,ru V L.IPE. a.a Lk n'nc t-- Vie.Ia.: prH 2g.8. isd '
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'L-.j c Cmi3njtiJ rviLJri The < 1tnn rmrk i stiiv but witho'itTLt !i \o! "xrpj-tngfh'f: -'" < 'T"-! !'it" 'o" Mnvnr.u I i: '.t.tr \ er4i4t'k (i 91p.iit3.41. 1iC W' tL1Ii kIJ>JtJ
15 w'p.'*. .itt ge'i'Jn! : iti .i. J ''n '!i'/c.' '... !- .J '-iv.Stjaejs : : : c-. d.-a-vJ rduetim o! 1r' e. -'!.> vis ln'Tt".u SeVtI1lI vo* by !1i:IZno'v-: c.>:,/iL'.x'e; ataan! nil t'le JaItiC-s i.itcrcvil 1 1)r. M'lAiif'i. k'timin"" VfirMfiiK'1. fc'h'1 l 1'--' ctt! Notice_ f fit

1r' t jiit! ): O .... -' saL'a oi'i.j.n1 ilayr aiiioi: .t to 70,<>liO. uot! i ':.* oinnt.; ". Tls.t Near t'u rrpi it;, H tl.o Iln.aJ, a.iil; ( i jjiic; thorn ioi.i-Vvt-<"; Jj\er I'iiit-.ran MOW IjcJ.HJatHil; rptct Driai LL irde-Vttd, ? -

Us*]., tiuy uot.lJ tup: (Jib g.aKti.l U-tLit)1.UfWh.lIJgtl.l. Jpc-cul ito--' took 10- !1). '! tt': \VLi.; one lrinr"cJ: rr.d t\viii'y 'VOIP* ioic; i i t'ie er i ly a't<*oapiif.hnn'it: o'trcrro.it't't.Tnitf { i s>t..i>M m thiUiuttu s;itf* a;HI Ca>-a>io. SI hi t. the tat fuirrtreTti.12tt .

sii.i; IjJpueutd :o.- his f>ronit: rtsa.lv, ai'. 000. Kxpo:5ers9, 000. f'iuur i it, euier.Crts .-- and tie Dtnocipf1- fiv;> hj;". Ircd.I5 in v.lMh! they a.e CflZaCl. 44 Innn. 2 For wi1.? Ut ,tf tl. Dfj; S i'i. in Tall ii6s6c, nd th.-eLb, ; ebL.att7: r4.4t.m

iV.,1-! I 'asfi rUKe to the Orai.i 'Juiv'iu* i i.u I It ,!' S9 1-2. I; P'Jh i< lpl.h"r-i Tuppd!:,.y. an '! .,.' 'j'irijv! r -it? 'u ?u- o-gMji, ; .ti.-n ii r1JKUvl i; iril At n t.i.ey" iu t v rv' 'i i '->tti :.n tt.f- o i :h. f'r frvir-rtriLtrn! Jrjn( date.crzt 4

ci r f-ag? of t i-'ir- ri'-j-o -il/le and aiui.ou ( .-I'air O'lrr.nsS 7-S 311d1itg took ploctf for ti asiirpr.vomn.ic-i I Iv "'),* i!.- > jCCfL.ry 1 nruojis liy \\-LL.I: i'i- Miv: 121- '-- 19-:* n ie ::1l-bf1ienI: .

d. i. % fhA" git-eb.ii a ss'i rar.ee of lii 1. con- 5 1.-4.ii Ujjlaiulho 5-S, Miflfl.igs3 1.1(3 v and ponvnon COtLfl(9bflOflti.. A di rte1 :>[porfl tiori Lav.xbi'op: I.eutofoif; tmbai rnspcii.'nd .1. ( EO1tOE- -ANIERO.'Ac'tor- Sw '

ii iii ov1riziJ pure to thchi30ei" t-:5 1-N rcct-jv1'd >:i thi city veete"f3iy, Ftate- that tlitfviUng tho tj;*oia f>tnrtloilors! whn live hvn T _: -_ : : 17 1_ I

:, J.Ti t repo. od i.i him by the tate.'I Use market cloeo? Ftenfly on Cf.nclMate: for trp i t-cr i i' p,-obably ; hen! npo.T! the ETOC foifi:)? vir'i tho Nnith"iti Fresh Qrocerlfg., -

boinas i. ULiil'Jtk, Abr Jn te'Lcn Canal FlonrSO? t<> 41. Ohio -12 to '13, \Ytito"heat I c1t.i by :aboct ( .'luiiilu-d: majo'i'V: i jr-'> 5 -Itrc-ft-sil in t'ir Road, have FORT OF ST. MARKS.ARR1VH JUST reeve-1 1 ptr&'hon.ir- -T.th..fl- Ptti* --.j-, -,, ., :

%j1 R. Towtbtq41 6)c1ge L. Co1u, ll-G'to'12-2, Wlate Corn 10 to -12-6, I that Democrats hive eljciod JSheny, <>:ty pleil fJ: U.cniHlws to furr.i-h the means to ). L'e.( Eu oo Sjiff20Buin \ >( ; 1'

\v. J, Cwueroii, 31. J. Viiliun: B,, YtIlo\r43to43-9. ,. I commissioner! ; tint fvnteen of the warden: ni.;!; of-the S.itilhtiver liny Z BTIK Accm. Pi inner, to 'frYing-t
Vri iam Cowart, Gibson; '. Lafiifr, lion steady-without, change. Democrafi.-! and ten !Kio\v-nnfhir.: ; nnr1 that to 'I hjjasviitiitha; branch to All!>r"iy. nn-ittl.C. S.-Lr.V.from Clwrlri-t-. H. llduani., wilh Sanndfrs.Lt'rte'i iiin RIIZ! :.';esY ,k 25Ju.: Family. FLnr.' rk, -

C-.ntliiJ3 English, Ro.van J. Lair, thirty-iight Democrats and t'.irt\-eix Know. As an caiiict of the determination of the via (Jar.K-i. K -r, to H ard
]-j. S irt, CoL-aiaii Iowt., LATER FROM. CALIFORNIA. nothings, have been olefteil! to the eon'i'Ml-s. Oompiny; to IniiM the Hond: to the roir.tvh'rc orti'iut nul/e. tsudriea.. -- -.

Daniel Burcett, "Ds.nl C<>ktr. :NEW YORK, May 3. Last y PaItte, 'Kho\.'- 3nJ 'g". rnabits''c t'C!' STihscriptiDn of the Geo'gri: stnck- b. JJnjj; SiiJ.i(1i'D( Murray, I'ie'i Ywk, io* to D. Sandry otLtr* Vtrclw Ln etXre f,r sale cLu freah -
:
U1vth: iequet of'thy" Grand 3nndiifa : The s.teftms-hip-.Sfar' oflhcN Tat, with Cah'foria more than nine< OiousanJ.. I' iuiiers'v--] be aviJlaLJo; wo ivftv our ro n/ers UJJ. : bv 25, 1355.ST J. P'BBA'CTWEIApul "3 utlnd'--lT&t c.'. I

p 'neral presentment. is ordered to .be. pnbLhcd. -. dates ta .the 9th ult rjved. If dcsc Ajjigs; a,9 5 s''>, an.1 J there seem1; to belifile to the a.lu'itis-vijcnt.! of its Chief Erginctr, in CLEANED -1-' <_ ,* -

In the city of SfterMnento all the? Know- or no"doubt oh tie subject, the former our columns t.) day, iuvitinjj proposals for May. Sh.cnctVd I ? zeZ.n. CLsry. 'ut Wan u4 for J&cJBalance.of the Tear '
1 SESSION'S 31.-1, New Or>aii, Iili 2U bale* e.tt'n i. T Iat.vtu ,
SAM'LR. the unfl'ibed i work between BronswiLk and
Nothing candiJttefliave been elected. I vietorieslof 4JierKnow-mthiig3 are-tfct repent t ted (4 9 ates t'Jwco, 123 IU!*. sj<. turpe-jtlne. .';3-t&i. AN able-bxJied rrfnriajer1 (wngle rnanj) for 07
.. Clerk of Madison C'trcuif CuirLZTTKES /, California and trade and.die results be regarded as cviderCs tho SatiI.i.! -)Incon M'sstrcr.MKTITODIST ) PNntntiou. A fafrMklnrr'Tttli
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Corn iu 13 scarce may r >< dull. -----'------ of"thp sober R-cord thought o tlepeople. : -_- t.) iundries. will b* veu-ca.lv WilJwrrfrfif1t\lrttrsl''lp'' "!>'1 *': -

FRO! MICAAOPV-\JSIT 70 vT.AvpumsE 11ho United Stites Mint at San Francisco, .''-Washington Sen'///'*/, May::'i.rl ---- 1rIMl'h meeting of the 2I.iv. 5. Bark Ci JTY JIuppT, to Small wooj; Ar> '- J RODRTBU1'iL'r
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def& n VI.VCHCA.
.: FLOBIDV PL%>TATH-> du!ing tli? year, has coined upwards of seven he Pennsyivanian g reh the following fioniLancafettr Hoard of Managers r)f_ihd] Millenary Society Vivol 4 balej cu'tinjj 13S hijta. and 1 baie.4 Vinc, Ugundry April SI tffig.- _l. Sw ..
Coc ry-FINEST i>EA ISLAND and a half millions, and tix millions! in bars. of thq L-thoclist Episcopal Churcli South _
qouj'ijneev
COTTON RESIGN OF THI: Socru FLOL- Flour at i52a: Fraiicibco is u Ung at 314,50. I the home of Buchanan : concluded ypfetciday week at Xaahviile. All VESSELS IN PORT. ]L\imber Lumber --

It.t. JIAIt2OAD. &c. I XNTrLLuceaOFF1c1 of the B'fbops; were in attondancc, except Birk; Aa Fish. Wolfe. A CAjlG6vbr DRESD-.LtMD" 'du/! >

.MIc.tNorY, FI.A., April 20, 2553, Kow KNOTUI COWEVTIOX. Lancaster. Mav ti 1855.I KUh<,p Andrew, who is in California. Brig 0. A. Cue. IlubbarJ ; Acorn, Pbinney ; I I i"\ arrrre'Tioin VCn**'* 1j,, coiwi'tinjj "cf WEATHER fir 't *odTiwl -
I qnnlitr ..TLQOEJNO SEAtmO.
w -
EJArs Gcv-gian:- c appruprLitions for tic next year, arc -n. iStlir. ROAP1fIC3d 8HElrm ?
BOSTON, May 3. EDirouPE.-SNSYLNAM N-Su: : At the election ( AUo.lCO Hci'Pftesa
Gcnt1iuen-We have seeo but little in our I ;SIOU.OOO.:) Of dii fcurn 1-2,000 aie appropist W. II IlaKnnl. Sanndcra. SHISOLES. of whkk'wiub* oU
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Thi Know Convention nt Boston held in this city \vtti-i day for twelve _
thsg far eidjer to iaterett ourselves Nothing tho mission in China T. low, if engd before from U At all
.1 jocj'iiyy 'chool directors the hnow-iintLitg! badly : (H} to carrying = delivery n vew
Abolition Resolutiom] andmaDyAboliuon were
passed strong ?, I rrrati. Flvocjo cannot be worW aloae for about Tta
vr to amuse your readers. \Ye made a.th!jp;t and a'jont the same amount to California.It .-
whu-ie speeches \yerc made. bcateir. Tho following! h tlvj averago 4 "* p ice this} e4R-LM3 aold fwr. br '. ,DLADD
viiit to die ar.ciaat citvL Auguidue, vote : was f'ttormined to ctaLlish a mUMonary On the 10th instant, byti TRer. Jbsspirvs Aynra- .ALriI ZL184.5 -- IS -- 'wTiirirT ;

w-3 met pome! old friends who took u< out i: t -ADDITIONAL BV THE ATLANTIC. AnU-know-nojhirg: : . ... 710Knowriioijng post at Stuta f'e, Now .M i\ieo, ; als-o, one inV.w SON, 6t the house of lur SHa D, AlJ o of Leon Coun rr: -JiU

1'ziir' c.'irr.iige morning and evening in |nti j jabout 1 .. -, CoLtJiBU May 7. ( .'. :. ..S&) jieuada and Central Amerit-a.! ( Neatly- tv. Ma CH'ARLESK.; MILLER andMcs. SARAH :Most Approied Corn Mill In Tsc.nOF .
: the cit3% so tbul wo were cuiblid.i.; I -- I.- d buiidnnl thon a!id dollars wore appiopmud VAN1O1tN. I tjic mo"1! Pprored XASIETCO 4

r ee ali that wasio Losceij ?ithat uui.4uetAet. The Briuah-Goveniment os raates the expenses tn m;==if>ns nmorifr thp- slaves. Tliis show jut) MILLS rJr/aTeV U ,jJie Su1a iIr. Tb *.
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. . 0 (
i ';-ihot attempt i description of JSt.* A gus- of ths past year at tight v-six jniHinnaitciing Majoiity r. tio M. E. Church South, in fact, the fiicudi MJ1Ia; Lnve bera tor some' nrf*! iu tu>e lLrt.ari thi riH .- -
and halfraillioas And this nfter one of the hardi-ct.conteted! OBITTTART. n and lower giirt vt. Gearys, pt* -
familiar } the at -'a 'petf.eyat.
fiie, as yourstlres'and readers are 'all revenue fiTty-six i l tiw sl.ivo. To carry en this uoik without -
deficit of elections! of the kind ever held ii: thi-5 ci-l DIED in this City'en Saturday, the 5th inst, PHILITBERTEAM tttbctjon. gruxitcg with ..nO.bpjihelieJ thvriMiiu
t'vei.tynincand
&c. Ape.Tliough leaving a Abolitioni-ts and
Miih dQ appearance, population ; [ hindrance i>y tL ( agitators th'* da!. uitK Jws than th 'ofdirmry p -JxrtrVrtpplied -
die oldest city.iu the Union, to imeit a h-alCuiiUipns! ter1ing.I Last yoar the Lno\v-noJa.igs canjixt die of the Nortb, the Church South in 1845 *setup 5ee'nJoUqf, Philip T.aul' DalciJa Pearce, tu ft. .Tl* mak F fwrnkbrt n liami l.pot it op;

i wi.s all! novchy-it was altogether dtiff rent I The KuEKirs rue strergtheniig th<> Tj.ihie school board l y over (000 inajoi it v. But the an indoj*ndent juiisdiction. A hundred 'n the fourth year of hiS age uttd every one warranted to give pwfrct .tttirfirUtia. jj

fr.tn any other city I had seen ii tae Ucited Ports. The Allied Baltic! flevr, at Int accounts -I people have had a surfeit of the psofcriptivecutler. diQusantl ''devoted in oho year to evangelize Tk bette Uiua, be should app&uv Call and vxamme them at D.'LADD'S.'* t\

ttes. i waa detaiiied by icq.jfi/ Merand Belt. I Lancaster is herself again. tile uogrqi This fact is worth aU the fcpeechj Unspotted in the Courts t>f H avro.Thao'liVe Apiit 21,1855. 18 _

\% c4ect.Li1kQt it BladcCrcek and traveled I Two tbpp and colliers are on a ,strike at This Js "glory enoughor.. ou?. day,;" and j and ro.xolutions of Fanueil Hall for a to *in and oifow here, Executor's Notice. .

zlmost lue South for 30 miles over the the coal nyapa.of Wrgan: Kngland? The if, as repoited, Philadelphia is gone mo same i hundred }*ears,- and( gives the Missionary So-, i Ju tLu bad world so sad and drear. ALL peiw'fii aiig'thitir demands apunit or

poorest.black.jack peifi I sand-ri Jges in all I Ilocbu) k Gomreiitee is fist progressing in the way, then M- there, indeed, an unbounded F cietv strong claims upon the benevolent eo- To be an angel cherub bright, >,ri>* igereet.dinIh.. M.W of.MfttbfW J.Alien. .

I oi1DR investigation of the conduct of the; war.Tbe _cau for jIcig.l operatiou of Southerners of ajl creeds. PLAying in Heaven's golden light Lilely doeieJwbethe as erehtors, Icv*&t<4

Accoejonal kg cJ4n' sa-mujdcd uip i a $ floor of the Conrent'bf $t A'gnes, at -- -- Who eonld refuse to let )tim go. or to the JisiTibate/% are,hereby rtqimed to present them
jt unHersijrned.'exe ntw nfltLe last will and te-
vrfstnalifizkI of cornaiojnd die heatfwat -i RoniQ, rpccntIy fell, precipitating the Pope and l Crops. The Yirgltua -Pi-wond.-Tho Diamond Though L uU will bleed dsrawillt1t'rl, tament of said deceased oo Archer P py. Li* anthoriztd -

of ianta F ii ke the pine landebecotoepxidactire : some of the Cardinals bel w. The Pope was G EORGI.theSaVaflflafr.. Courier of Ma foiuid at Manchester, .near Richmond, Va., !/ i- t attornevs. w"U4o to years from this date.or .

and .faluable; and dienrp! along:the slightly iiijure.dseveral of.the Cardinals severely. $ ? ; I several months ago, by a poor man named DIED Centreville. on Tuesday, the 8th instant thin} notice will 14 ptrted.in bur their r.eovcy ;
r ft is in New York for sale. It THOMAS WESLEY infant sort ofJ.Jaskaon and and nil person .iodebted.to*.Mi- e tate will pleti.!
lAacV Cr e'c roa'd to this place, sellleinefitstref Moore, now
equent idi-good famivand.iptelli- I "'"i'-Rrissian lady has'been xjaptured1 tt SeT ,'This is now-State.dirough.out suffering-from neatly drought hs whole believod extent weighs 233 karats and is represented as tip Mary E. U'hitehunt' 'aged. three.mciiths and fEte-cu tnakc immediate- rajmeot.RQBfiBT.O.>;ALLEN.: ExecQtor.

get and TidasTrjous'population, mostly etniprai.u baetopol, while, making draw ings of the French ; fntenxh/ for-, the largest diamond'e'er foQnd in Nprth Ajnerlca.It'is Tr- .. : > Aprn21I855.; .<, i ,8w 1C Jji
tp/betPfitipreeedented seasbti'ofjtRe'jVarr1
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from Kou'di Carolina. We passed trenches. She.. confessed bad acted as a Not .only is'it : about the .sIze of .a!largo' hizk'nut'ofgreat _.__- ;*

-through 'several plantations amongst which 1 ; spj-'since.the'battle of-Almo. 4 : .: seriouslj'affec'tiug briliiancj, andqaifo smootfi. In die 0-A N D I jTA 'F E S )- 'Fxegrrfta1
tho
The fire1 of the have been prospecis rjr ur.yheat crpp : corn small black -. __.__ ._ Neir Twtk Z/ufabetb"d "Sawaa
niH "mention"the' 3esrs. Chevis, Lewi?, the i Allies.will continued in rnottoith R tate is d it' cntr6 of it, however, are specks. -- -- ----w----- FROM 'ptf ;
week"fin die nth"nlt! The latest > pitveut by. said it in furnace for melting! ;zw- WE are authorized aud ( d to announce v -* & :
Rcr. Mr. Kuig, Col. Perry and i lr. Gfig from ; cotton in -" 'p1
>eoftht told that be had'ter advice* from, Balaklava are that die b'ombardtadnt. coming up.-iKo manjplaces.We iron at Richmond, whcixj it remained in a red LLMUEL JONES a* a caudidnte for Tax AwtMor io Blf.. s."Sivr r CrarterB ti-I,
gentlemen me '
e :
changed 4 few days since to meet a large und CoUtctor of Lea Cuuuty at the electioa iu Oeto 5 &sJa e
.had done conideraIJe.datnage but it hours and minutes. It "'
in the .thathe purchased heat for io twenty "
) jsanaty'3 "
yenrs, number of gentlemen from nii of the coun' bcr oe t. 6 Butter -
ny -
repaired the RussianR.I taken and found to be unInjured U.'lh* ,
Lu:irnnevt uitb orjlyJl0acrpsqf d was promptly by ties fiom Tuuneaap was then out *- mfrr3--- :
.. the firter: -44ea1ed ;J5O I The French t.ainejgpgs had proved very I Alabama-'oJ\Ueojgia; >- -g< uie gnd ind. hnghxu' ,dian ,ever., It was valued -ia 1-ar WE are autLwrufd to announce WJLLIAU 6 Box.., ?4AGCIJW&, 3 tf' ,
,, and fiom scarcely any uere die re* U. N WSOM .ai candidate for Tux Auei and
,
; effective muehda.iuage. four thousand dollftrs. I a >3 r ft J5bs.! Crui'bedSuir.4 L
doing Richmond .I4
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and cthid r
t., thrhcvd ; *
year.Iidco DJOWU A shiplfyV-qucalar of the31 lst 1 ulL Iti-t5? as to the; jiros>p c.t .favoiablo. : JuJved' 'h--'U Cull cU>r at tie.flecliou iu October nutTV 'l -- RailRoad Sana, .' : ,*??;
td.uch '
ii
Itheit bec.lI8.a veiy.gtueraValaini! crea1j 'JSCW,.HAilPMUBU KxaW: TOTHIXCS TODSLAVTBV. 1 Keg Diop Shot, t.- .,. :a'i-. di j .,
steadiness t'or
here at die pubTjTpJon3oland[ sVji i: 'F1j' quotes a fair demnnd and r more ted the exiatmganu thraL ned{ scat city.-. *- -A dispatch from- Concord says the. Votor! of Leon County: 20 Boxes Cheese. ,

.5t from S oJjO.centsperacrc, arenow* wohhfior.i >die* tivojdaja, -Vi*previoaat' I j ]v7 i f rsaV-e on1'iidnv-''! Ve are told that1 j in UiertniwCQtJntios f O$1 enIleSeC thaUta Know Nothings of New hampshire' FxtWw-Cmwaiai anwmncc..rnTielf a ALr3O_. : :
"It,1 S itnriinv m>mnii? il fn 11flO1 litIp. in, caudulate fur the licof.Tx
Te'ii tht.ziuddnli AEi> uid'CollfCtvral
8z1 TijV per .ar resolutions eefir 1 Bal FLt$ zi .t itripd
jitherjo .abundance, his Ina State Council!? 'adopted .
) pveiflyiiiigylh : (
r* '
} iicud ti hir rnadc u dudbgflSSd() tr the tradrj.-- > : : the tustioy October-ulcction.. and r *{jectfully tolictjuursuifiagvi 4 ': i'- ; --
;
rs ; 'atiQ3-'r of the Miisoiui'Against
no\r c-11g buJic lrjuid die
'- : -: il'fI6uf"hati"JtlefHher! tk,-Avheat 3J. Corn, corn I protesting against repe.-.l !. \\ ith Repcc r I 5 Baka.Vitgint.Otnibu! 4 : -
: lrWJfebtr>atttiialLyr'su'ai-jii% iJorxvant* of ftfl(1 tho Nebraska bill WiL- "
Compro1nier W.HOORE.
{ 3 } ori44ErafiiwcJinff I
4t 1J in demand and had avanccd Gd. Provisions ;
Une.ot'Alachua was
ii 1813 JIftCC e&r.tieSou.tTrn I worcranire a'ctircand'firnier. Bacon had tbod.v, f ta 4iti .' : ,i nd,fugitive Slave Jaw, jiledging dw, p hr.getttMtfii.hammoek'and.prairie
edguttheepLto.of die ,
cotJ 9 3su P I $ J oxteiisioui of laver. A gencr4
L. the fferthcr
; .
ic1:: I a Xt'. t.U1cc 131regnzng was WLta -rcaifrt f r.'tjifrL of the Court at tLe tubaiu e-lvu.u
land LBkRJr'tQWLES.
,
''.Jp : veii be Beacon I :' ,4 % WCOflfCflCJ ppi/ii, seems- to mil request your buffragci Y.'ur irsctf.ill.y, Aria 13 :
vlat: Hdo -Afrfedondo grfttlt, '42riiqBrok r uRTirnp nzoii THE V .VR. recc- ; f.k'ct'4)OflLt (Georgia) 4 :Y11na5ia.-V : ioLAsF-\\iLUSS L i (Sin&rje1 epv.Faiedmeryj'&t .
,
; Tfi\a ;. r -- w Inch, jn die folhn\in 'pamrapb, tells the be rife Li Canada. Secret sosit'Ues,, imisig -
\ Tile tiiaVAustiia would, act -s
f ? Toy" di i hopes against .Ld-athy i.srclateto that iiciuiiyi- ":' -' at The polilic.il indcpendenco of the Colonies, I tW UE nrs authorize J to aunocnce fiAilUEL : :
on t9i < vr4U ears ago ;re.ArEae'raittaitAlildJngs ed fur the '
Rusi t pnciit.A '
e < u here worth 8100 each ers eyai )itfl4tp i-cli : niityf9r ip.varth li.'ivc hrerfformed thronrgnSal: Hhc! provinces. : WILSON as C4.uUd.itc far Clelk of, the Cuctnt S. NPALWOODFA '
; tclroSt1c'ft : : Court of LeiD Countv at the elecupn inOctubur uiii n' 4
and nowitHre arc three dry goods and shiivtytI:3) p1'uioiiUi, gruerare sThi'in TO'G C'uimhjssiobcr of Crown L'a'mlf fititroduccil : -. 't : Dtt. F -- ;
iit1 : -
jutbi'uu- : econ g-i-atlthr4ti&'n fhJ! v v.hieb iaXao'-T'0)11 1' railhnctewtajll, to -- r9a, ,, r
uue Tomfbrtab- ) '
!
v-lwoTcry I I .
p, b14apon) :nent, tV'flftt (Jf9v :lw3rWiW 5ppritr to tlia4 It 'ti hv r ujLljI.LfeV jre/ukrjthQ LcgifeLitlvo Cncil elective and McCarthy's Gins LtiiMn Cl.il.trgu exfract> Fa LoWs'IjirecdVTXratw.- : / -
?
tolL 'ia Oild f Jie Jaltor 3
f .1'i3s Lc&e .p : { a-beii: !* thus a government measure, it willj! ,,nordotibt ) 7' OF th-t e fehrtfBJ: Gitw iof Vaiantd. Bi 'cin's Uj.pf Ten Zifraci,' / -

-f&rr Wcrenflaifi' ( !ffftt; nlfrtr iin dfposscsionof : ..----n ),,,.f..ttt.sJ,lj1jS- S '- ,, --"- -"flataIa.w 1 -t& p5. A p.irty; bowcncr isorgunizing.lo c.).;r I c Th.'i. I .Ortei>t lLDfor..OttT of Ear4't1p $.,.";'- -,
rr yf n &a* "-? 7 '>.i jiTf! d -'r 'fYi b -
bEARD &
This too, is tha. Ciait&t ScaT/IsUnd :'eothon COL-t.Eth1Iinh a for great* Oil LhLflhiid.i faTjfnii thai 4 i live indies! hih, \v l.ich: htKcejnmerteed hv it- : ipY'iy; ,' th
mowing ffgr9B-ip!all d 6itfj.it'W'hilo'the says bed ing out." 'ihcf suiiujng profpt-ct i.ithi3re- | fJ 1, Ji'uary, audw MagUUviteB, a d ;ngoaiicr -- 1-i-cli 17. '
1ter ebaztoix4 a&Iivbltrto A ( -
*pfli J iti6nr 'HrMda &nci of .-- .a-- fiyft A as ,ueA'cr gloouu'er dicn. at div ,i.'Jit', ; .t. Adniislralor's Notice. : -
i: t itPotv'e # :; 1aId nt1iiie tolA *** *f f t***# :--1 I-- li Groceries,.Ae.rr
iL..l. 4Md dry'atler -
( rethi : iie prevent. ,- !- -
orjj r chsot was called in the ,uj>rerxie 4 LL prison* biifig" atrodiula ugaijist tho fttatfl <>f

it; to ohleir crops ; pL&e.& Iiit i-_ Y131. TO&vicrpnt-i, % iaochuohgerr know'notwhat.-die people Court at Bovton on.tho lOta itistant.liy Judge 1BrLAtziIdt L--vl), liite of JilUjT- j, dccr2uedrill lUST i EJBOBiyED.fROM Orlianii, ; 1. NB'J TO.ZLjD" -
action 4'ifl&Ii: d from.80 $ LZpUi4LL..l44LIrL4: ; e Enpp. ,., eie y iji tb. jjt OrLlndnoneI. bhaw. Tho counsel mfurmed his Honor that lake notice that tlifiLUst pttocuC tlivtu tu tHc'tni'der- tw Brown tint Crushed* :
arrived 4kDoror. Uenccto ;CCtfonj btit other f'giied duly-auec.tatt*uV uic1iiath. tiaowpfrtcnbtdby Sugar-
5iQthe McCtfthv 1Fdit I.tbltSi'im dUjV sectffcnsins
rejtfarkedfliknt .
re diap WHe Jadgd' Superior St. Louisii'laur; I
wd.s'not'/etflekay? ; tJi 4- *
it .
t suffrdrs t vr, or tbu notice Vnlt b ploail! irt -tr of Uiew re0"Tury "
afli
for this h ( : .dieJrjoe t .oC.th l3iit- Ti'tts't-ypr near time it was,, al fHine4ff > and-ittll poiit<>t) ..io tbt d--to saJiiitat.: ire .- :a k'a:& i. -
i- -met With adistn- with bWtdt tJI of our ejxrmns Ri I a
our si'IOz Jx-r notified immediat
did make'
; ft4wday as counsel 1,had entered ; htftibjr; t pan.z4tu'th.
length : staple. i'lld-nobdo- & .4:7.Ec -' ,- fore he beehive?a JAdg$ arirl'ho had been p* 1eLDEtL -ii- :b ;.bLAu.BuItNt Blatk Starcb'bn anti GiM1em- zc4tI-- ::4
r1iI
enthiiugreytg torn tio Ma'y.1t15:li fi 19 tuflw< < AtlnitiiiU u>r.
McCtfi'tjJ1)bOi'r bench more aan: { -
t this tHwtwonty.lhftfe 'y _t _t-I.--1-j-_ ---k--4-.4--: -
'rit iiikoft t besr.rrtdiF1ba d .14.VV4" II .If'i !'jl* iW "' ? ,1 t
; a'iid lliejpropis are npoiepb1aa1hority.htba i -af 1 SixtyDollars: Reward., ,
whye thai :tory lad a jiistUu. I ,3 E8G74f1aC-c' We.lcpwt I'ow pitnters, tuc1in, t J ** tioni ndwtan d tr'Frao anncl : ;g, wg ba1iw1UG-Of 1ILbOrdeflDg g-jwithinThe.,1ptat' few" -days a I WAS HQBtyEO,.011 -tbf eyeoicff cf 27thAFiIlaaIt GamSpfrit&,11psithi!

c&anot spare,t)m&tqg1ve1he< proper cttentioa A ;* .) at1-iUiI( ...jMi the coast ofGui'fl hU I number of slaves from Ke ntuck jhivb escaped ( ir( Uf>WWra A1tngu1d, 141 in French linp: Oil aPSl25 .r.Ga&t U -
to fct-prepftratioti. T-ir.i : vi-Jon, 22 I iltli3StateandarenowI.nthtir1say tocrsartty ffo fiokrfim) c u1taftld.yilXtcivi; i1ver Jaam.j I ICanrau.d
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out, |U<1M brttiK Jftlur JUtarii old. 1 be sub ?* 1svT r.SoI U

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I J h,, A.. E.'t4 x: X 4-\v -) ..' ATTDalllY AT LAW DISCOVERY :OF THE AGE. a.aow ; : 4. .ARA5E.flJ&' 3. : : J J.i3'. #
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n53uGr.Gx4.. .;i ,.- .' .DAYJIY Wtio1ia1. .ti 'J. \
iL..giv. *' ttnfiOT toYan-bcsmess TALLAHASSEE, FLA. WOOD offers for hair '"' jf tl > 'Ii .'
entruiWd sale : ''
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tt isst. PROFESSOR the .Waotsa AND BrSDIOIgl v' \ .
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l'1. to bit care,in the Counties iif Thomas[ May to It win la a abort time: restore the Ii Tecetaog from brigs DETT03 -
bewt vSafa c-I>aagheiiy, CWboiavErr and ClaV. .- hair which baa became grey permanently to its orig- ofher vessels, his usualsupply of .Fall MX For tfie' omleffeInflaensn ewe'or cj _
JIfyz1z'i85c- : tt : J _D.HOLi-AND, inal color brings H out usbai,k Is gone,aod arrests Wrote Goods- all of which were' selected by bimtel ,received per -Barqoe Asa ab.1. fresh olds, .6.ath..a. iru
:. A'M'OJtNEY'AIm COUNSELLOR AT LAW, it where it is falling of? deans the bead of the dandruffand in New York,and jwrelae di 'the GOe& favorable JUST Wt1; of Drugs 0 and 'Medidaes, Paints' Oils. ehJf". ."Ulua .fIoo '.

., tO .tiLtHTM, tilacy, Florltfi, feting i :, removes all eotaneeue eruptions, and renders tarns tDa81 of them lit jreduced priors,which will.ea V.mPuttyand Glsss Ware-a srrneral awort- Other, LuBffto .C.laJDta '; .f. Alt
the able him to supply his customers lOa all'Woo may fa- ment of Colors Brushes and other Paintvrs mat.ra; } ConsumptionThU ., : I
t".Llw TAttnAMSBFLA.f of tie Middle Cir scalp perfectly healthy by restoring tbe secretive
in the C-urts
T01lKUI : ] WILL' practke ; to Jbetr original vigor and Tour bin with a call either for -cwh or appeotec Also Fine Soap Fro Tooth and Hair Brashes Lto- eparalloo! U tettki mto.'iI' "
organs and a
;\ t,.LOH0 A J. B. ALBUAITn barn assonJj and Jackson aud FraokUn,Counties thus supply nutriment'sad coloring matter strength to it.- credit, at prices certainly as 'low,- tbOt lower (than Knts Extiacts ami a variety of Fancy Article*. Co ;,. 1'b. aaawroa."tkra ". L.ur crnrio

;' A.1t.&techhMleeI4'N.4be'practice IAwj] They October, 1852. 42 tf It does pot eolor tbe hair, bat is, i b 'short; a perfect any bouu IB tfrtl dy. ..ftt'y'ill'part consist ufFaacy Plasters and Physicians will always find at this a.- r of. r
>rUaltflnd .t&>crt lathe Middle Circuit, the 8ufitnc tabliehm.eat full c/ thing needed and immediate D t.fa" '1ew
PHJ'III&
& tat snpply
WILLIAM SCOTT, Hair iiivigorator and Tooic., eta Dry. Oftery. a very
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Cenrts and tke District Owntspf the.JJoited.Siatet } Boots and tbe.most liberal term*. MM of the '
*, To the young wbo so much .adroirt the beautiful sn4 oes, Drags Perfumery, 00 ary
1; &1.'.n..J..e. ..TTY AT LAW, lock and ringlet be feels that be'will be pardoned if Hardware, Saddlery.. Orders Iramvtfve Country promptly filled and satisfaction now heW.1M'pabli& 11 (
OOeenp
-, October:. .. r' ::.A1 I81.- iy :JaIl! : O..I"S.' SO' 11 jaG observations; it w to discard aUeelogae and Crockery & Glass Ware- and Steel. .quality',.'fnfjpfr eacefnlly eompound- When alhtwOoap pt
I stimulating oils for the hair and keep always upon the Hats and Caps Bang sod has reUered UM .
& Combs
.Byrd NEW YORK.BREWER toilet a botte of the restorative for occasional one, Bonnets and Timks, .iota,Ohs Le., k Also, EPPmo-S OOU80.ITNP FLTJJP EXTRACT lema ai4 Thyiu1 taD testy. .\ak1111e '
Jl :C.bPW' receivin i ; and opnrinav from the Brig & CALDWELL, and we can safely predict that henceforth, stiver locks Men and Boy's Clothing, I OF BTJOHU. your nearest t.wu, what baa !.ee We 1 IT

'JrJL TrRRmnngtontnl Schooner Elizabeth a new TO iiCO and bald heads'Will be unknown: fur all hough the- October a, 18M. 41 November.11,184.MERCHANT. the effeu of this medkb If .to beT2&*
1 rtoeir et/sronfa AND SUMMER GOODS; which SUCCESSORS CENTER rose may blosom upon the downy cheek-the dark for euy length of ffm+.r* win M[y* rJfS? *

1I.y fIri"Jtre bo the' cititens the neighborhood GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, eye be ever so'piercing, and the toeth those of pearl! Mary W..Wages, ) Leon Circuit Court InJames L CLABJFc BESTliKDICINE'. KXTABT. #fc

.- **,>fC wtr. vlfle and sormundrng country, low for easbf No., 20, OLD SLIP. still if the oatum fluids be wifbheld team the bait i; }Cbazieery:. Below .e grre a fey .extracts faw IcttaK
. :> >r .ppfo
"gre6care to sort this market; sfl articles usually kept May 13, ISM. 19 ly then grey or falls off nature will be robbed of more T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Dr.S.S. Odin of Kocxville Oa,sayvllosing

.;fyr""pUnter** we will-fee frond aftbeir Store. flense than half its charms; enl although it H a sovereign I the above earned defendant, James Wages residesout D&A.LER IN RKADT MADE CLOTJUXO .A.J your-Liverwort and Tar ftIJ ex '

2- fjall-aoy gtntM1L'.tI'ia\188\Jrll purehasin eliewfeore Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c remedy for those who are gray as well as those who of the State of Florida, it is ordered that a hearing GBNTLBMKS' FUBNUHIXO GOODS. practice for three years past,.1Id 4 h..

."*- 'trt.m ; Apm I 14. 1855. 8w 1 15 1 A A BOXES Window Glass assorted sires 100 are bald, still all see tbe propriety of making only on the facts charged in said bill be Aad on the "t Deceiving at the veil known old stand for I state my belief n its superiority ot'tr.n..

Notice. J.U U Kegs White Lead pure extra & No. 1. such an application to the hair and scalp as is calculated day of May, A. D, 1865 : Provided, That a copy o/ NOW occupied by Clark& StiOman a general des with which I am acqoaluted, for ,
8 barrels Linseed Oil to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy state. this order be published in some newspaper printed in assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothing.Furnishing commended. .
A persons indebted to Hie Estate of James N. 6 Lard Oil, Tallahassee/' the of three months before the ej)0rs.) Fh, gtraLi& Benner*,writing frm
.ALL From t&. Editor of il* Rtul Ett .l crli.rn I apace Goods Cloths, Cassimeres Venting, &c, com -wfille
I late of Madison County ', are bere.Vf 20 Keg Zinc Paint SihoolStreet.BOBTOX. day appointed for mid bearing.At in of tbe following article.: N. Q, .,.,"Tbe Liverwort and Taffc-2
' t: rgoired to tab payment to me. Those having 20 package* Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and i bbls.) Chambers, Feb. 1. 1855. posed Fine Black part Dress Frock Coat ing daily mgfk popalar ia this Cbporry,aaftiT
: alma apcnwteaid estate are requested to present them 2 barrels Train Oil, 1 bbL Copal \Varnuh March 20, 54. J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. Black and &euud -Frock and, justly sa .All who have tried it epVaztt sjiim _
Cord Single
. t withia the time prescribed by law, or this notice will Spirits Turpentine in barrels and at retail.D. Prof. Wood: Dour Sir-Having become prematurely Eeb., 1865. 6-3m. ble terms of it,and say it U very bene&islifiny
, b* plead n hr If their recovery. H. AMES. quite gray, I was induced some weeks since to : 0 ." $U Jcess Casaimere, do. do. do the complaints for which it ia recommeoded.*' -

,_.' ; THOMAS M. ANDERSON Shrrif November. 18Ci-l. 45 make trial of your hair restorative. I have used less. I Florida Hotel, Black Fancy and Colored Cloth Overcoats Our Agent in Pickene District S. G,Ifr.it.
.lclmirr than two bottles but. the haira hare all
;j fx-fffieio trut r. gray disappeared M Fall, assures oe "that be neee H with great bearftia
:I .itf C. H, MRt'f'b 17. 18fi6. 11 ; and although my Jw ir .has not fully attained MOXTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY. Black'Doeskin' Panta.M his own family and recommends it
to its '
FRESH GARDEN "SEEDS.OUOWTHOF and Col'd Cassimare Pacts ofiriiborO
Fancy
.1 t its original color, yet-tliO-procws change is gradually undersigned gives notice to the pub Black and He jpra an instance of a Negro Womca,in lis vWty 1.
Notice. TaE Fancy Silk yots,
; and I have that in short time ,
1t 1854. going on, great hopes a A
that he has .refitted the Hotel toMonti Fancy -Uet (. , * ,. H! ..ALL persons indebted to the estate of Starling Bsgn, Flat Turnip Cnbbug Beefs.! Ac., my hair will be as dark M formerly. I have also been llo, formerly kept by Capt Newman do.Case. do. .ashmerea, for yea/i. aHejtdtd withaev h.1\\o"
1. ( ;;! late of Uadisoa County deceased are RUT t received D. IL AMES. n'u"h gratified at the healthy .moiatnre and vigor of and will be prepared to receive visitors by lath White Marseilles do. D. B. by the Liverwort and Tar. -
,, Hereby required t to make payment to me. TUOM hayi January 13,1856. the hair, which be.f<
; ;rftlciras against aiJ estate are required to present ceased to come out as formerly.Respectfully and will be so managed as to promote the comfort of A fine assortment of Shirts Collars Cravats Black from all parts of the South. For a report of the tvprumg ?

: -them within the time presenbed by law or this notice yours, D. C. M. RUFF.CHICAOO guests and boarders. Attached are good stables White and Colored Kid and Silk Gloves self adjusting I cures it has performed in the Western aad
)i UK ill be pl4 in bar of their 'recovery.THOMA6 COTTON PLANTER'S May 1, '54.-I have used l'rof. WOOds where every attention ia paid to '".. Terms as Stocks Cotton and Merino Under-shirts Jeans Northern and East.rn" States,we would inviU'tS

.I M. ANDERSON, Sheriff; !' are-aouse. I hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevent moderate as at any olbcrHotel the couP y. A ,racers. row i.,qcy,..Cotton and L.tsle Thread 4 snftenogpabeol; to read the pamphlet which se**.
t 'andtx ofaioJt.dminLii.64or.. o the hAir from coming out, gives it a gloss and soft- share of custom is respectfully solicited. .HQU, >WJ t aod(Colored .Cambric Handkerehieb, all Coiee each bottle. To all, we say,baTS hope lavs
E fIit! "M*Ji on '0. H,"March 1',185'5. 11 T1LL1HASSEE, fl.ORIBA. new very desirable. The few gray hairs I had have 0.BLESS. of which are:offered to,$ ppbjie on rea.ouahl 14I|te ms .

< ; i o entirely disappeared. Others of my family have nsed _Monticello, October 28, 1854. ly 43 and wtHTsnted as good as offered in this lssket.- TRY THE TA_K DTI'IW U11
Salt. To COTTON PLISTBRJS and otlitn oflfii* and the aJjuining it, and concur with me in pronouncing it all it professesto Call fujid examine.
BE
illm 1 fl A BACKS coarse and fine Key West Salt ; Countittin Florida and Georgia: be. HENRY A. CLARK. Michigan Avenue. AGENCY-OF THE./ETNA INSURANCE CO November 4,|1854. WARNED SEASON,MI,,

1jJ 160 sack Lh'erpoo181\lt; tT;' the undersigned subscribers return to you T undersigned, Agent of the above Company.'Will And neglect not that eotigb which is daily WnSn.
XaD'ln" and for sale by ', V our most grateful thanks for the very liberal P&OF.00n'8 OHJEXTAL BESATIVE LIXIMKXT. receive applications for and make insurance LeeR County Iron Works, bg your ceostitntioo irritating jqur'timataadaKMiand

*fef McNAUGHT 4 ORMOND. patronage which has been bestowed upon us, through This Liniment is valuable auxiliary to the treatment again i In8s by Fire, on Brick and Frame Building., TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. inviting oo that dread' disease O>osomrXJoa.*&
'D.2,185L 61 ,, of the most with Furniture Merchandize kc. so soothing and HeaEng a remedy can be
formidable disease ebtaasd
if: your kindnes, since we have been engaged in the some Establishment ia in full All M
now
[ Cotton Storage Weigbingand Selling Business iu-this which it is our lot to contend; for instance: inflama- January 29, 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. THIS operation. Dr..Rogery.Sjrnp of Liverwort and Tar.Beware .
will be attended to with and
t --- Eslibllshracnt: In Tailihassee. city and we again offer our services the ensuing sen- tion of the lungs and bowels. By a thorough and continued all work done with neatness and J PIb.promptness of Counterfeits aDd Base laitadoai!

'fW. .: THE Subscriberswould respect- son at our old stand, anti l hope that our duty in the application-of.tlib.Liniment over the regions of DR. LEWIS, All fcipds of.work, such aa Steam Work,Mill Work, The genuine article is signed Aroarr fioenj.
Ur.'t anooonce to tbc citiiens of performance of your business heretofore has been 80 the affected organ, the otherwise formidable diseases RESIDENT DENTIST Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, the engraved wrapper areund each bottle.! .
OVUftbaAsee, Florida aDd the wd2o"n discharged as to secure your patronage and influence are at once disarmed of more than half their terrors, Shafting Pulleys, Hangers Plough Castings Brass Price |1 per bottle or six bottles 'r1s. 1&W
rf$ iog'8ounties of Georcia,'that they hare opened a in the future. Very Respectfully particularly among children and thousands of mothers TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Castings &.; alto Sugar Kettles of any size kept wholesale and retail by 8COVIL ,
$: .iLOCK AND WATCH Shop on Monroe Street JBROOMK A HEIR. were they allowed to speak, would with all the IS now inserting Artificial Teeth on the constantly on hand. All work done in such establish 111Sole Chartres 81 6et.Coati and8tLnX&a.

i> two d-Kjrs below McDougall'i Book Store where they September SO, 1854. 39 eloquence of feeling aud affection bear their united new and improved principle with ment will be done by us, with a particular regard to Agents for the Southern Statrs to vaesa all
will Le ready at all times to do every description of testimony to the fact that it has snatched their children continuous gums, from one side to the the strength and dui ability of the work. orders aud applications for Armas must be a4-
i' work in their line. Chronometer. Duplex. PatentXerstr. -. from the very jaws of death; and restored themto other, without seam or crack,leaving no place for the Competent Workmen always readbess to put drysed.ty. '
1 J. Verthal Watches their former health and beauty. Again it will be lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly f p,
q: 'Cylinder and common repaired __ .J En nes... For sale at all toe Drug Stares iaTtQa"*..
,:. 'i.! ;te-sli.rtetnotice; also jobs and Clocks of every found a powerful auxiliary in removing what is generally life like, and restoring the original contour of the face, Terms will-be liberal, and all work'done strictly for and at one Agency ia every Town ia the South. .
; I. ifaeriptiwa._ By strict attentiou to business they aic Rail-Road known as an Ague Cuke or an enlargement of so as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls cash accepted orders on some business firm in thieplace. F.bruaryl7,1855. 7 SmBeelax
Subscription.
:.;*f:' dtffermilMd; .tkat none thall? go away dlssatitji''d.nN. the spleen indeed in all capes where the external application in Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full Liberal prices paid for old Iron and
Copper
:--.vy. : I B. Good work Horse and Buggy for sale at 6 VT a meeting of the Board of County Commwslon-I is ; ".-.>..: f month's credit 1 ers, for Leon County, held March 1st.!!855, a ful -r.rs.oF. Je will warrant, in *ey instance satisfaction and b for
All letters must be addressed (post paid) to WANTED any quantity cash or trade br
ri .'?:'Jf'- > I J. C. HALL A CO.'s1.L communication was received from -Stockholders of | -. WOOD'S vEorruLE-ifAaH.-LifS.rn.LS.. rice.ato..tuit the !times.i Terms.Cash, or when called J! 'I.if.. SHINB & Co, Tallahassee P1*. BERRY 1 BOWLES
Karen 1853. tf 12 the'Pensacola and Georgia Railroad Com prnytJi rough tvt'. "
i 24. Bus'riEtD.May 3063. .. .J..WOOD:-tDear 'March-11,1854. .10 Oct21.18.B4. 42
their Col. F.
UvV Corrcspoudiner Secretary, BeuJ. Whitner Juoc-M.'1854. 46 ,
that said bad decided Sir:-As we have used and Been used for a number "T" Andrew- S.Urr- .1 Leon
Spring Goods. stating Company to accept the ) Ctreut IB Osa i
provisions: of An act to provide for and encourage A of years, jour Vegitable Magic life Pills, we are prepared P. B. BrfOKAW',9- .. IIl.J .eeTy.Lewis *
WHITE & SLUSSER
'. .. 'ruE Subscriber are receiving per Gamble, liberal of Internal to recommend them to the public as superior Curtis dol.
system 10Iprovement"apprmred I '
"-p. JL Remington and other recent arrivals a complete January 6th, 1555 "nd the that this to all others, and infallible in the cure of the diseasesfor Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Copper U EBY MB SUE STililH,
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expressing hope to tie
appearing
Ooort.bj aJUs maje k HJsJ
;' of Goods suited to the Spring and Sum- >pt :
jteeortment which recommended
; ofHats. Board would take early steps to submit the questionto the/ are : Tin, Sheet Iron, Briltania 4'$ Japand-IVare. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA: : ease,,that? ,tie following nam.d defeodaata tU
.
u r_Mason, consistingio part B. B. Leach, A. B. Pdtill, B. D. Albro, P. Jacobs,
Jhe voters of said to authorize said .
Jlu legal County S above ease,eside ont.of the State of Florida aid etof
: Board in their behalf to subscribe for and hold Stock ill Orin Buzzel, Spencer Suasell, Edward Gilber. John would inform .
,Cooking, Parlor Dud Wood Stove, .'T'HE Proprietor the Middle ,Cimpt of Fterida, aDd n the)Zues
f i said Company Ac, as authorized i ia the 2d Section of Albro. Lucien B.Sweet, Elias \lIt Sweet Jobn.Hiicn- ;. JL his friends and the I hereinafter
: tj TTJue. DlmCFxncbsnd English Straw, deaitevhRflg e&?
( raft, Nathaniel Gilmore,JamesH.Pine, Wm. Johnson, UST received all trimmed and in complete ._' A
00 : ?riaut, Black J..es."-. Panama MIMSS and said Act. Johnson Williams G. Lawson. C. :Farrar D. Landers. J order, of the latest improved patterns and _public that he has rebuilt his, Anderson and Ste 'Wh reside D 1M
'w." IL&din Bloomen trimmed ontrisamed. Whereupon after a fall discussion and due drfibfmtion PBOF. WOOD ,Dear used, and for sale at .reduced,prices, dill 4fI.CPrn. large Brick Stables, at the old stand and U now State of New York j Cbar.43la.lc.4o! rttidee iHha
:- Sir-lIaoiog experienced
on the subject,it was ordered "that a vote of the and prepared to acco-ajraodate.bis friends and customers.He State of Louisiana- Charlotte "tt. Ocdd Oeotfi%
: L : petition for neatiiccs, durability service. .
the effect of Life
Clothing. legal voters of Leon County be taken on Monday the your Vegetable Mngio also has attached to hu Stables a good Blacksmith Geddes. Erie William LesSe Ittry Hargtot 1 S .1
:' .'. SaclwiFrwcks,1% Paletots and[ Panta of'Drap dTSte, 7th day of May next to determine whether or not the Pilla in my family, I will say that as a family med. House Work. hop.where be will have have done all kinds of Charlotte Cummmg Leelie.EleaaoT Ssodair Xeific.

," "Alpiocn, Que a's
tP GraM,and DruWD.LW1ec..Marseilles-DoeSkin Cotton- beauiboriaedto take Stock in the Peiwicoui Gejr- them in several bilious attacks ajidiflamations, andI fin conducting Pipe, Sheet Zinc Sheet Lead. Lead, ;the% ,very best manner, and with,promptness and dis Helen Leslie or Brown.Margaret Van Bade or BseM. :
a1'l.&c.l Also nib, Shirts Undershirts,Tics CraY a gia Railroad Company jOtvler the provisions of An Act will say that their virtues cannot be.toot highly' appreciated Pipe, Cistern Pumps. Shop Work of every descrip- patch.- 0NovemberlSd8f..1. William Leslie Imbaeh, Heleo'Coromia Trrbfrrb *4 L ,

; < ie. of he General Assembly of the State of Florida en- for in every case they have speedily triumphed 'ion done with neatness and despatch. j4 Margaret St Clair Black, who reside a Enrop; MdWalke j
Shoes and Boots.A titled 'An Act to prurtde for-and ejitout age a liberal over disease, and hence I feel in duty bound City and Country It'rehnntA..iII find it to their ad To the Old Settlors qf Florida. > AodCTon who resiJes ia tie Wisteria Ctrmitof I
I J to recommend them to all. They operate perfectly before elaewhee. FJorida.1'
tyttem of Internal Improvement it*thu Slate, vantage to gjye them a call purchasing -
complete assortment. Together with fresh eup. .approved.Jaouary Gthy, 1845. easy, producing no uneasy sensation, yet their opera- Julius E. Meier, late of the General Land It is ordered hat.said dt/endaata Jo .appear aad ,
4 'plies of Provisions, Oiwceries.' Dry Goods Hardware: And the following persons were then appointed Inspectors tion ia thorough; and I am satisfied that nothing more 527" N. B. All Or articles are manufactured) from I and Pension Office Washington D.0., will answer the bill of eotaplint filed ia thUTeass, chat Ito I
.Woxxl ware and notions of all eort.. Which we offer to take said vote to-wit: in most cases is necessary th n.he. e .valuable pills, he very best material and \varrauted durable-no I attend promptly to all claims] under Florida Armed say !!e said ,above named ( resi'Js I

I ? 'fur sal* oo usual terms and to the inspection of which M.t3et-Ricbard A. Shine,.Francis,H. Fl gg to.perform a ,speedy and triuwpbancuxe. other will be offered for sale. Occupation Acts of 1S42 and .. Persons who ont at this State;Wt in the asm0', ton
; we respectfully invite our very good friend and patron and Richard Hayward.JfeCfru1i .Respectfully. 'Your, tt, October 21, 1851. 42 were settlers under the said Act of 1842 and having months. from the ,publifation of this order;,tie defendants -
1a the Pcbli John S. Hart, John Miller and Wil- .,,. B. SANGER. f implied with the requirement thereof ban not revived above named :.horedd. in ,Europe witiinnine'mQpfhs

'. MoXAUOAT & ORMOND. liam Perkins. O. J. WOOD &CO, i B, .C. iJb.bitt's Potash in Tin Ca .s : the PATUTTS for their lands coo have them obtained rpm the publication this ,order,uxl
'4 : Newport: March 17, 185. 11 CentrnilltThomu Lavcrenge C. C. Williams Proprietor, 695 Broadway, New York. or attended to by the subscriber. the deieodaot'wbo resides .m. bsi Westera Cbtwt I
.,. and William Stroman. 1'KMak t Street,Jfit,Loum. O F.33: +-12. -.7, pounds each. assorted; 154 S\ Abo claims prosecuted (or Pensions,Bounty Lands within two months; provided thai poblieatJoo of this '

.Notice.MTHE Youngt-Reid Roberta, David Young and Joseph D. H.'Ames, Agent.i.TalUibassee,'FI.I& a case. warranted equal to any in use at about Scrip B Pay,.,ic, Ac, oo the most reasonable order be made once a w.ekfor the tune abort KmrWii
.. : ; .u *r.wil1ontb. bat day of July di- Eleanor. February 10,1855. 6 the same price as tbatjq.caeks with full directions for terms.Rrrracjczs.. for the appearance of,(he'defendants abe's.wboreaid.intheUnitI8tat Daned
"I .JL a,lve their connection by withdrawal of the CalAova't SAop.-Charles Bannerman, Alexander use printed on each ca.n,.being in a much more portable .-Hoo. Lzwjs ,Case U. 8. Senate; I t" aod ae.amc.tbr j

..:\t' .;S-tnlor; partner, who will open oo hie ,own aoaount, Cromartie, and John Q. Cromartie. Fainting.MR. cooditipnrfpr retailing. xA.oy persons desirous to TAMES Coorxa, and Jon WIIAOM, Washington, D.C. the period above limited for the 'appearaaee.MtL.. j
.j. 1'! and therofure requests all indebted .tha sv to pay 'Ifqwn&-.L.Du'aloh McElvy, and Abner H IL HARRIS offers his services tolbc -itizens try,it will please remit ten dollars., a.letter to my Address Post Paid JULIUS E. MEUfftE.. defendants above named who reside n Eorvpe. I
T.i.-; the baUu due. Reming&or. this place and country as n Paintbi. He is rif k, orqughaqme frienn. this place,,\nd I will Washington,p\C.' A.rCva ,

1.\ BERRY & ROWLES. Natural Bridg*.-Green Ch&ires.Thomas Carmau, prepared to do work in that line of every desa iption, forward one case aa above"143 i&s. T 1aUtJ1, ,has Ocl21. IS64. 65 6m J."AYLXS BAKER Judge
., '1.a.':. .P. S. No new acconnts from this date. and Firman Chaires. and in such a style as cannot fail to give satisfac been in use for the last Jlyee years, and gives the best I ,March 10. 1855. 4m: 1 m Nov.4 10
"April 16,1855. 1& Roaches X Roads.-Joseph Cbaires S. J. W tion. Applications can be left at Mr. Pratonous satisfaction. to all wLQ baye met with it. .Aa,. a. Wines, Syrups Ac. .

..t : Roach, and Jesse Odum.Olirtit. Store or at Zucker's Harneu Shop. per Carbonate Soda Soap t Powder, Cjurtper;pap, LI. Otard Brandy, Worcestershire Saoce. J3PPF, ApTOBACCO., .
"t:t X{ -L Groceries. .-h. Oliver Situ D. Allen. and The Hale February 24. 1855. -8m 8 Cream Tarter Candles of all kinds, and r the best SalI.I.O Old port, Fresh Lobster, i!

-iL\ : received per Wm.R.Pettis from New Orleaas Fort Braden.Seaborn Rawles, John Harvey and traIns in pound papers 00 in a caorqjerpkges.BABBITT .Madeira;. Shac, :PETEaklJLARD,
B. :
.JUST 75 Floor John Dogger.JjtJcton't N tlce.I T. vSberryi; Clams .
bbl&superfio. 4*
Ho. CHATHAM
.r\ Noe t Ne. York. 8'1'B.UI' 1Ir'IIJ
I 68 70 Washington ;
):tfI.i : 60 extra family Fkart 1JluU/ -Jb Freeman,'LcgrandtiBrowp. : months after date the undersigned executor of Loodoo Porter, Halhbut I
SIX February 3, 1855. 5 3m QUCOES80R8 oFrwraf fOtoaa\lMaaj *
:" '1 i l 6 .Hagar, and Nathaniel Hrrrington. the estate of Miles Potter, deceased, laU of Scotch Ale, ..SardiDes' O.offers for. all badi.1 8'1t
!1.ffJ 16 Sides, A true extract frofa the minutes. Washington County.will present his final account asd Brandy Peaches, Tpmatoe Ketchup :afcI'f1U I
Blaok mlthlng.it" COS in For
tJt. ,f.'S WShoolden, Attest: D. W. GWYNN. vouchers and ask to be discharged fnnntbeurne.SHARPLESS Brandy Chsniee !lript. general nae. particflar. a JfrwifosW
I A Plain Hams, President B. L C. C. KVANS-K'r. A TTACHED to my Livery Gnus Jelly, SrHcea, can be obtained by addressing -ab9n: Tbis'eitwlishment -
XX Stable ia Blacksmith Shop Currant do. Pickles, bone of the oldest of the kbd Ib.th. UalUdStatn. .
:''fJir <$-tUrcea4gatcored do. Mure* 24, 1854. 12 February 8, 1865 5-6m a '- '
? S 40 bbls.Whktey i b which all kind*of wprkapper- .Preserved Quinces, Raspberry.Byru.p.
business is done In good style at ibort Pears Strawberry "' Feb. 17. 11"JT i _
:'t.t. 10 Molaae*, Land Warrants Notice.S taming to that
; \" SO II Mesa Pork, Bounty notice, and on aa reasonable term as at any other Ginger, Lemon I
:;: r -.,-- boxes Leriaone JL THOUGHT at&$Jughet price, and procured IX months after date the undersigned adminiv hop in the city. Farming implements inches, Torn X8park)4ng) GeUtrae, Gmger For Sale. '

.:t- 0 5 .4 Sugar cured.Tongue*, H, J3 for those who have not been able' to establish j tratorpfthestate ofThmpn.Wre Ftorid dft.c ued. lougbs, Scooters Rods, devices, ,Heel Pipe, iTap Flavoring Extracts Pine Apple t'DtYBsmailFarm. in Wakufla Cooatyabout ,- l
..:fLq .. ft M best Spanish Segars, II I their cUims. If any have received a lees amount late Jefferson county will preaeni.fiu lings and Iron Wedges, kept ready made and constantly Spanish Olives Salad Oil, -.L. 80 urn each with gcod dweffafs efld.
": BOO 1U best Roll" Butter than they were entitled to. let me know it. Having accounts and vouches to the Hon. Thomas J. Chace on hand. This will afford farmers an oPPOI'- :English: Mustard Capers, but boosee on the same. Ecqttire it taM ce :
: had fbaitem' experience in the and Judge of Probate for said County and ask to be dis themselves without being delayed.P. Cider, October 18 41 *
: tt For sale by BERRY & RO WLKS. years prosecution utrity to supply Claret bparkhng 14. '_ I
1855. IS settling of Government claims I understand fully the charged. WM. U.W_ AItE. Adru'r. B. BROKAW. Tobacco. Old Port Juice m n -
." March 31,
and means of getting through the various Departments November 11, 1854. 6m 45 2 Havana D. H. AM1S
:.. .:. ways January 13, 1855. Segars New Goods.
i and Summer Goods. at Washington. I have in my possession I November 11, 1856 ,4.5Notice. just' and .W.
: HAVE
Spring Notice. VT noeITed1PaD;
record evidence of 2M 87 ,
Florida Alabama 120 USINESS ,
STORING. AND.s'.JP"P.IN.53.. -- '
'I r--J\\ and their :! JL sppplyofCnotbe:( ajiiDres .V etinct,os.,
I- l SAJMcriben are recerving opening Georgia besides South Carolina and Tennessee Muster Stockholders in the Tallahassee .aOroad urs fvprtpared
\ .h !Jj., Stock Seasonable Goods, which they selected Rolls of persons engaged in the Florida War. If you THE notified that au election will be held ai ,AT. .TiBW., ;1 pliaP.rHE partnership of TTJNNO PINCKNEYtel of erery eelcr, style;ao3 I quality, wUea -

'1.L!' I in 'ew.York with oui i.caie, jujdjoT..offer for raleoa bave any Quarter Welter. Pension or Bounty Land the office of Crtmpany in Tallahassee, on Wednesday undtfratgnedatnLcatries on.the above business THE having been dissolved the subscriber will 'ibbrt to make ap io.thsupee. Ushieaar, '' ", 1t.Df I
t. 1f, the most reasonable terms. 1aiJ)5> c4'i in. No i harg fif I obtain no money.C. 27th Junenext. for seven Directors to manage all its branches. Buildings well calculated for continue theFACTOBAGE I ovtice aod reasoueble: Uraafc'
: ', G.& .7.MEGINNISS. H. BLOOD. the affairs of the Company for one year from that espatching wsgooe. D. LADD. -l.otSQ'- C (

March 17. 1855. 6w 11 N. B. Persons with nUebusnassjthJznself| i date. Newport. September 2, 1854. S5 & COMMISSION BUSINESS LAHQK AN1Xf 1. ZLZCTZD' TZ 0' I

?&$ k or A.Richardson are invited; to call! without delay At EDWARD HOUSTOUN, Prrl dmt.,1oIcu .. .oqpwnccout. R. Q. PINCKNEYJr. '
Ladles Dress Goods &c. office Messrs. B & Whitaker's : : READY-MADE ccOTI ,
my (over ttoo Store) h'.7; ( 1855. tde 11 Sent copy. MqES NASH & QO. .
Oj ce, NOJI B CoMXneux. W..F. snitabl. for w'.
LAWNS AND JACONETS in Tallahassee, Fla. i Cooststioff pf rrcry: cameat wafer
PfiL '.'I.iPrinted:>: RNTJED Linen Dresset, IF BOCXTT LJUIDS Act Marcli 3, 1855.Agents For Sale or Rent. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &0. ,-o.: soch u C1oeb Talma. OoataV TestsA ,,PaaU,'**; *,
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Black and White Lawn, who prepare cases sent to our address,will be charged i 1 j& Dwelling House and Lots occupied WOULD inform their friends and the public. that REF RElfOEB.IxOUBAX wbichwi11b.di.pce.dofatprkea' .
il1t. Plain tad Figured Bwgs. only f 2 for increase and $4 for new easen for our fee .lzgL THE A. Bestwick, situated now on Jefferson on band a good assortment of such & Wen Jour FKUK 4 Co. vAbo a Urn I Of Plain sad ttae* SbtHs Onlltf.

Plain lAwns arid JaconeU, for procuring their Warrants. Forms and Records Street,opposite the new Academy. For Terms &. articles as are generally 'Kept in their line of business Und r i3irtvCravata, SteaRleryiA.,sVt. .
Jt hand. !. and will be fresh Their GocaoiN, MATTHIMSITI & Co. desiring vfit esatsjtft! *
f : Embroidered and Plain Grenadine, on Enquire of A. or OEO.1' H. BESTWICK. receiving regularly supplies Those a thonBg patr' L
V --rBteek Grenadinev Brilliants," C. H. BLOOD. TAMjuugfltE FLA. February 24, 1855. 8' ,.Sra terms shall be reasonable.TalWis4ee Charleston September 9, 1815' U .tfCopartnership own loterwts by (iviof ros a call M all tb tbovi. .-
Black Crape DeParis ALEX. H. EVANS t CO, WASHWOTOM, D. C. -: April flth. 1858- 14. Odea have b eo selected wits mat ear*,aad vi--'ill'.p.cwie ,

b ;. Piinted Pongee March 81, 1856. IS 6m New Boot and Shoe,Store. Notice. \,f$4pSMIOOIG this.
Embroidered and Dotted SWIM Muslim Carriages, Buggie., and. .Harness. t JOBS pZLTO2ItOctober
Drees Trimminge THE undersigned take pleasure informing For Sale P. B. Brokaw.' THE undersigned have_Uiis day. entered into a eo tl, 1114. 41
of Cahooei IjQfl Circuit Court-In Chancery. \ customers and friends of John Larch, by m tbeWHOLESALE -
A great Ttriety of new atylee WUjuyjn, )| and the public generally,that they have bought Subscriber has just received a RETAILrnL.aQ. .
and French Corsets THE AND
WI Road ,M. I 1 On out his Boot and Shoe Store and are ready to make large supply of Carriages DRY tJOll1'DRY G QfflTTqLN '
L : Colored Corset' Jean, ,RiewcJ. Bra4ford.,4 C1'r. (r Bill. up the best kind of work in their.Ijne., All wbo wish I.qwBuggies, and Harness which be offers :'mfl1...

,. I ..Graas Oloth,4c_ 4c Q-. JMEGIHNISS. /of teljVReadjdc J For MttKng the any work done will do well to call |They warraint for sale on the most reasonable terms. UNDU TETJ KAMI.A.nD ITTLX OF :.U-n' !Rarar .Tk ; IJi
J F 4i ale by ,- And affairs of said their work to be made as well as can be Iona anywhere .November 18. 185' 4JSNotice. "iaW' .., .
; .:3L1rale.14,1855.. G.11 Richard a Bradford, Eltate. else. They bare on hand the beet kind of BARNARD A.MAXWE L. :
T'u. j 'AC of French Calfskin and English Scle Leather, aDd offer BYTthDQa.1O,1" .' '
Leigh Read
k -.Late CM Ac. M.Wniiae 00 their work as cheap possible/or' cash. Ci IX months after d4te..the nntUrdgped,administrator THEY win and be pleased at the to old sea stand their "r" A..L' J "efi '" -'

1I"B'ERED.HUBLUf CAMBRIC COLLARSjZr : Marvin. Adm.r.j? M. A P. RUPP. tor of the estate of Elisha,)&DaaieLjdeceased, patrons !' .f. t

S I cI14: 'Ctetaizette. and Sleeves, I Il' Bailey aod his }J1Lothers. January 8, 1856. 1 tf late of Leon ConDtYt.JriUpieo.! big final- "ac-r0 untaod : .0rE.'BarMrd.Jr..tipoUbeKortar.CIDPIMr of Monroe and Clinton streets, where Xeitntky t'ld liMsys Jesus, : & roi. -
-wiss aDd Cambric Ploondog \ vouchers and ask to be discharged.HINTON '
} Nails. a foil and general assortment of artieles'
keep
PrlatadJ1o.1i. ..':
4 Dotted Veil LoTe'F to their of sad
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4-4 Mantilla Le oo day February, If\O
5 ,the patlcaap of tbeir friende aod the pnblis.LBABNARDJz.. ,1M DI .Odoo 1f'.I.
RUST.
co1ortd Appusan,
white aDd
b Bl'k 1 19(5,ia the eaoce aforesaid-J do hereby give notice ,
;- White and Pick Silk Dlnsioo toll persoos having elaima aping said &MOJejb :August 19.1854. .88DR Hides Wanted. -TEOUP MAXWXIL Yane71oa.Dril1 ,'W'.., .''\ .
'. u..mt.ek JIlt it .Read to file'tbe ame for aa far as the tateUjof ". .* . .- .
payment J (. LEE AcYorP.1tRides.sl.o otter and DeertJtJUtJ l"e1fta" 1..IS1t( ) I. 3othPrl ((IN.iz. L..
N. 11 T.Kid ad 8Uk GIoYI I : said estate will extend,within six months from this Skins'lor ;vbttb ,foe. ingoest market .. JtcI"
ZiibroiJfted Linisa Q Oate final of the be had rnwpy4ts hi. professional services to the.eit.isfneJ. = .
,,bat a disposU same .
may
4 D. C. WILSON.
will be
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.-. Zt.r-t7..cf Lbea Oambrie: Haodker- sD4il4 adoiioistrfttof jfl oblets Item }Ii c ots, p.Hrslope ., : : tn branches of his ptofcKJoo.'; He.can be,found at all October a, Q' 41 I LL peraoM,''reaten.Ieateae; entitled to. B M.b:; ; .

". Fseailslfr.-:, ,.o.aJ.4iQthNISsMz.h17.1U j HUGH'' ;'Ja, cirt-t' times when not profosawpally engaged,aijtbejgoot*> ; .TlLbatonother viee joi'rac ed.ia (beWiUiara EMil. of ,_ .- ., 'J t" C : j '.rN
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: BpecimlXadtr. Chancery. January 18 1"f* *na* arejaereby notified to ubU' $ 1ft. .r.wT; \if' 1 _
.!t144B4. em, DLANKT8Pb 8be'ts.-8bp.. .. .. .. ... .
j ;.: :.-:-mi- .t i s BfJ't 'oS 1. ,. jX laodka from Samjoo sod lor tal.by .dslthl Ldito t !

J.tttE ;: .. 1. tEOnnnSS' C wlier,endjBiscnit. Macoiaes.30LLUU MITCHEU. & STEWART, t l I If." .Kolf4UOBT.O- : '" th..usDed. ," m b. :a .,'''W.i.'i" i-9'
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vbI1aary.: a. $ m" r- ; ;::- .- ; :;; :
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t -Sl: J rflW.v.w1arJlWi1lw&u .;. r-fcjx.1 Pkv, .2I65, .! ... .J; 4 .Im.. J" ,. ,.}iIi','Ac* "'. l half $ ;.;very dersops4)gaJ ; I' oad filj "I-.pttd.cst
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